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hi I am looking for a webcam for a project and I would like to know if anyone has used the Logitech c920 and reached 1080p resolution . Thanks for all ;)

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I've used it on Mac before, I know I got up to at least 720p resolution but it will have latency. If you want less latency, use a capture card like the Matrox MXO2 or Blackmagic Intensity or Decklink in conjunction with a camera feeding into the capture card.

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iam using the c920 from logitech. Its a great camera with full hd in resolume and full remote controll like iso, shutter, white balance and focus. The latenzy is the same like a blackmagic capture card (160ms). I dont know about the matrox exept that they are expensive.

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Thank you very much for your answer ... I will consider the capture if it has to much latency!

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You can try it in online market

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[quote=Sportinger"]The latenzy is the same like a blackmagic capture card (160ms). [/quote]

I typically get between 1 and 2 frames of latency on all my blackmagic capture cards when they run at 1080/30 so average is about 50ms.

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I have used the Microsoft LifeCam HD-6000 on a Mac Mini with no issues whatsoever. It was completely plug and play, and the camera appeared in the Sources menu. Latency was undetectable, identical to BMD cards. And I was just messing around on a comp with the Intel integrated GPU.

While I was using a 720p model, I *would imagine the 1080p model in the LifeCam series would be just as easy to set up and use. There may be more latency, but probably just 1-2 frames.

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