|Item Model Number||RZ19-02320100-R3M1|
|Product Dimensions||6.9 x 6.9 x 4.8 cm; 200 Grams|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||6.9 x 6.9 x 4.8 centimetres|
|Item Weight||200 g|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||20 March 2018|
Razer Kiyo Ring Light Equipped Broadcasting Camera, (RZ19-02320100-R3M1)
|Price:||+ $11.08 Delivery|
- Desktop streaming camera with multi-step ring light
- HD 720p 60FPS video for high streaming quality
- Fast and accurate autofocus for seamlessly sharp footage
- Compact and Portable With a complete mobile streaming setup
- Compatible with Open Broadcaster Software and Split
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Razer Kiyo is a desktop streaming camera with a powerful, multi-step ring light that you can dim or brighten on command with the ability to stream at 60 fps for full gaming fidelity. It is the perfect camera for professional streaming. Forget setting up several lights just to get decent on-camera illumination. The Razer Kiyo maintains even and flattering lighting on you and eliminates harsh shadows. With adjustable brightness levels, getting the right amount is a breeze. With 720p resolution at 60 fps, the Razer Kiyo maintains visual fidelity when you stream. This means that viewers can be completely immersed the way you are with footage just the way you see it in-game. Also streams in 1080 resolution at 30fps for Full HD. The Razer Kiyo supports streaming on popular platforms like Open Broadcaster Software and Xsplit, so you can continue using your preferred streaming platform of choice to reach your audiences.
From the manufacturer
For Gamers. By Gamers. It's not just a tagline. It's a mission. It's exactly what drives Razer to create products which constantly tilt the competition in your favor. From behind the drawing board all the way to the tournament stage, each step is controlled by the undeniable desire for all gamers - to always win.
The Razer Kiyo is not just another desktop camera. It is the product of endless thought put into building the perfect broadcast studio. And by assessing the needs of gamers worldwide, we’ve crafted a device that streams at incredible quality while ensuring you’re always perfectly lit. It’s powerful, yet concise. And a must for anyone looking to get started on the world’s biggest stage.
- Multi-step ring light
- High FPS HD Video (720p 60fps/1080p 30fps)
- Compatible with Open Broadcaster Software and Xsplit
- Fast and accurate autofocus
- Compact and portable
- Comes with camera and stand hinge to suit any setup
Multi-Step Ring Light
Forget setting up several lights just to get decent on-camera illumination. The Razer Kiyo maintains even and flattering lighting on you, and eliminates harsh shadows. Plus, with adjustable brightness levels, getting the right amount is a breeze.
Sharper and Smoother
With 720p resolution at 60 fps, the Razer Kiyo maintains visual fidelity when you stream. This means that viewers can be completely immersed the way you are, with footage just the way you see it in-game. Also streams in 1080 resolution at 30fps for Full HD.
Compatible with Open Broadcaster Software and Xsplit
The Razer Kiyo supports streaming on popular platforms like Open Broadcaster Software and Xsplit, so you can continue using your preferred streaming platform of choice to reach your audiences.
Fast & Accurate Autofocus
Thanks to fast and accurate autofocus, you don’t have to be conscious of keeping steady in front of the camera all the time. You’ll always look sharp and focused, so just can focus on putting on your best performance ever.
Compact & Portable
Thanks to its compact and portable size, the Razer Kiyo is easy to pack in your backpack and take along when travelling or heading to a gaming convention.
Camera & Stand Hinge
With an accompanying camera and stand hinge, you can position the Razer Kiyo on any monitor and tripod. It’s also foldable for unobtrusive storage when not in use.
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Apart from the bad designed light, the camera quality is only just as good as is claimed no better but definitely can be worse.
Overall this product is a typical razor product as it is a product the people think they need but in reality, is badly designed and over-exaggerated on its benefits.
(Yes, this just sits in a drawer now collecting dust.)
I bought this because my office window is on one side of me (at my 2 o'clock, as a pilot would say), causing strong (day)light on one side of my face with the other side in near darkness.
I had hoped the built in light would balance that out by lighting the "dark side" (Luke...) of my face. It does do this, but the effect is relatively minor when the natural light is strong. It does have a reasonable affect further toward the end of the day).
However, having tried in other lighting situations, the light sensitivity & picture quality on the camera is VERY good for darker situations. It is exceptionally good (esp. compared to my aging logitech pro 9000) when you have low light , and even works well with no light other than your monitor glare, with or without using the built-in light.
It's packing and accompanying s/w is heavy on "gaming use", so I'm guessing the target audience is gaming more in the evening, or night-time (or in dark situations generally).
- As a day-time zoom camera, it's good, and a reasonable price. Seem well put together etc.
- For low light situations (low light, NOT uneven light) It's VERY good, but more because of the camera sensitivity and picture quality in low-light than the built-in illumination.
On my Mac I didn’t need to download any drivers - I just plugged it in and it appeared as a device for Zoom, Slack, QuickTime and other similar software. Very happy.
The audio through the camera’s own mic is excellent as well.
The downsides are minor, but are as follows:
The light is just awful unless you're a few inches from the screen. Depending on where you are, if you wear glasses you might end up looking like Riddick with two crazy little glowing pupils where the light ring glares back like a beast!
Secondly, despite lots of settings being tinkered with it's sometimes overexposed; certainly using the auto settings. I have a window directly in front of me and a 49" ultra wide screen monitor, so there's serious light hitting my face anyway. I can sometimes become an ethereal-faced creature when the light is very significant as the camera just can't seem to cope with it. Conversely, I expect this is why it's epic in low light (and it is).
So pretty expensive, but I don't happen to care because it's been a very good camera for me professionally.