Best Prime Day webcam deals: Final chance to score the best prices

While Prime Day 2020 is officially over, there’s still time for you to save as loads of fantastic Prime Day webcam deals are still available. If you want a new webcam (whether it’s for work-related Zoom meetings or just for staying connected with friends and loved ones) at a great discount, then we’ve got some worthy picks, but you’ll need to act fast.

Thankfully, there is still a bundle of Prime Day deals remaining on webcams that include everything from budget HD cameras to high-end models boasting all the latest bells and whistles. We’ve got ’em all right here — and don’t most of these webcam deals aren’t even limited to Prime members.

Today’s best Prime Day webcam deals

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Lenovo 500 1080p IR Webcam with Windows Hello

$70 $100
With a 1080p Full HD resolution, infrared, and Windows Hello facial recognition support, the Logitech 500 might be the best webcam you can find for this price right now.
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Logitech PTZ Pro 2 Conference Room Camera

$650 $800
Most webcams are made for a single user, but the wide-angle Logitech PTZ Pro 2 is a better pick for businesses calls involving a conference room full of people.
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Logitech C920E 1080p Webcam

$100 $107
Logitech makes the best webcams on the market and the C920 is a favorite of ours, offering great build quality, crisp picture clarity, and clear audio.
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HyperCam GWCHD-201 1080p Webcam with Autofocus

$40 $100
If you're at all familiar with webcams then you've likely heard of HyperCam, but the GWCHD is a great cheap option for a brand-name camera that's still capable of 1080p.
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Logitech C270 Desktop or Laptop Webcam

$28 $40
Many webcams are too big or don't have suitable mounts for laptops, but the compact Logitech C270's simple and versatile mounting arm lets you use it with either a laptop or a regular desktop monitor.
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Nexigo 1080P Business Webcam with Dual Microphone & Privacy Cover

$36 $99
If your video calls are interrupted by noisy kids and traffic sounds, this webcam can help with its noise reduction feature. Its 1080p resolution means it performs well in video as well as audio.
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Green Extreme T1000 1080p Conference Webcam with Speakerphone

$179 $229
If you need a cam specifically for conference calls, the Green Extreme T1000 is a nice upgrade pick with its built-in speakerphone (meaning you don't have to wear a headset or use your PC's speakers).
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Aluratek AWC01F 1080p Laptop Webcam

$70 $80
With its small footprint and low-profile mounting clip, the Aluratek webcam is perfect for laptop users.
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Green Extreme T300 1080p Webcam

$59 $149
If you find some webcams to be too bulky, the Green Extreme T300 combines its 1080p wide-angle resolution and built-in mic with a nice sleek design. It's easy on your wallet, too.
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Amcrest 1080p Webcam with Privacy Cover

$33 $40
If all you need is a basic 1080p webcam with a built-in mic, it's hard to do better than this one from Amcrest, which also gives you a handy flip-down privacy cover.
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Aukey 1080p Webcam

$35 $60
Another great budget pick, this webcam from well-known brand Aukey ticks all the boxes with its 1080p widescreen resolution and built-in microphone for conference calls.
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Aluratek 4K Ultra HD Live Broadcast Webcam

$130 $180
This 4K webcam is ideal for whether you are looking to stream yourself playing games or want to look your best for video calls. It also has built-in noise cancelling mics and low-light correction.
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eMeet C960 Full HD Webcam

$40 $90
The eMeet C960 is an excellent 1080p webcam that offers just about everything you'd need at a bargain. In addition to a high-res sensor, it features dual mics and low-light enhancements.
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Foscam 1080P Webcam with Business Grade Noise Reducing Mic and Privacy Cover

$22 $30
If you need a solid no-frills webcam for work or staying connected, this little number from Foscam boasts a noise-reducing mic and flip-down privacy cover for a great price.
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Aoozi 1080P Webcam with Microphone

$14 $30
Need an affordable webcam that is a step up from your built-in laptop cam? This is just what you need, with a Full HD resolution and 360-degree rotation, it's ideal for video calls and streaming.
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Logitech BCC950 1080p Desktop Conference Webcam

$245 $324
Want to ditch the monitor mount altogether? The Logitech BCC950 is a webcam capable of conference calls, and it sits right on a desktop or table. It includes a handy remote and built-in speakerphone.

How to choose a webcam

If you’re wondering which of the many Prime Day webcam deals to go for, it’s important to know what you need from a webcam. Here are some key tips on what to look for when choosing a webcam.

The biggest consideration is your budget. During Prime Day sales, it’s tempting to go a little nuts and overspend, buying something you just don’t need and can’t really afford. Keep to your budget. Don’t be tempted to go too far.

Once you’ve established your budget, consider the resolution and quality you need. If you want to take a lot of calls in HD, then you need a webcam with a suitably high resolution. If picture quality isn’t so important. then you can stick to a standard resolution. Generally, we recommend the highest resolution you can afford because it’s good to look sharp on video calls.

If you’re planning on making vlogs, then a 4K webcam might be a good call but expect to pay for the privilege. Don’t worry about it if you plan on livestreaming, though; 4K is usually an overkill here, as you’re reliant on your internet connection as well as your viewers’ speeds.

Similarly, frames per second is an important factor. A low frame rate means a typically choppy video and an out-of-sync audio. Stick to something that promises at least 30 fps, if not 60 fps, which is the ideal amount.

Do you want to move your webcam around a lot? Choose one that has pan, tilt, and zoom capabilities, but don’t worry about it if you’re planning on it being a static unit once installed.

Size might not be an issue if you have a desktop setup, but if you’re adding it to your laptop and plan on taking it out and about, find a webcam that’s lightweight enough to carry with you. In a similar vein, consider the mounting options and whether you’ll need to buy an extra webcam stand to get things just right.

It’s often convenient to have a webcam with a built-in microphone, although you can use a headset instead. For ease of use, we recommend sticking with ones with built-in solutions so you’re more comfortable. Most webcams include a built-in microphone, but it’s good to double-check before hitting the buy button.

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