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FIFINE K432 USB Webcam with 1080P Resolution, Plug & Play on PC and Mac for Streaming, Conferencing

FIFINE K432 USB Webcam with 1080P Resolution, Plug & Play on PC and Mac for Streaming, Conferencing

$ 36.99 USD

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Starting out a streaming career? Throw a good punch with a USB webcam!

  • Can you get better quality with a top-dollar DSLR? Yes, for sure. But will you be able to get similar quality with some skill for much less? You can be the judge. For the money, an external webcam gives you a way bigger bang for the buck.
  • Instead of rubbing your bank with expensive high-end models at the very beginning of streaming, what you need is one that can do a proper job and you can use it to sharpen your skill.
  • Whether you are a Windows or Mac user, the fool-proof USB setup will leave you more time to think of the best streaming to pull off. Plug the webcam in then it's up and running.

1920*1080 (30fps)

It is not the best 60fps for gamers. But the 1080P HD resolution is noticeably better than an internal camera of a laptop.

90° field of view

If you do not like the eye-fish of a FIFINE K420 webcam, but still want to show a little bit more of your room to your viewers, this is the webcam for you. 

Phrase-in LED indicator

Not one indicator, but two! The red one lights up when the webcam gets power. And the other one turns on the green after you choose the webcam in streaming or conferencing.

Wide adjustable angle

Either it is a laptop or a desktop, and whatever desk you put on your computer screen, you can adjust the webcam angle easily to suit you the most.

USB plug-and-play

The USB plug-and-play on Windows and Mac will leave you more time to fiddle with the lighting, which is the most crucial part to get stunning image quality in streaming. 

Is 4K HD a show-stealer? No, full HD can be shiny

  • A smartphone with a fancy algorithm can make every frame of the image look its best. But a webcam, even those with higher quality lenses and processing chips can not work this way. Because the USB webcam data will be heavily compressed.
  • Thus, you will not find a day and night difference between a 4K HD and a 1080P webcam. With proper skill, you can even make it a level pegging comparison. If you don't want to bother with the configuration. it is still good enough to get the job done for web-conferencing.
  • Now you decide to spend less and go for a 1080P (30fps) full HD? FIFINE webcam gives such an option as standard, as well as the auto white balance and the auto color correction.

HDR tech is a redeeming feature, but there’s always a cheaper and better solution    

  • The well-known fact is that webcams are pretty bad at low light. And the brightness of the image from different webcams is much of a muchness. Even with better HDR technology, a fancy webcam could be marginally better in dim light conditions. Thus it makes more sense to spend the extra on gear to get lighting on point.
  • The key is to light yourself or whoever is in front of the webcam. Or simply turning on all lights in the room will do the trick.
  • People will not be able to tell the difference whether you’re using a budget webcam from FIFINE or a 4-time more expensive one in bad lighting if there is no straightforward comparison.

The upper left is another sub-$30 webcam, the bottom left is Logitech C920 and the two at the right are FIFINE K432. If you can tell which one is which at the very first glance? Click the photo above to check out the whole comparion from @ SyqeMike (YouTube). 

Specifications

Max resolution1080p/30fps
Focus typeFixed focus
Image SensorCMOS
Field of view90°
Output ConnectionUSB 2.0 type A
Power Supply5V USB power
Shipping Weight 0.6 kg