Close

Site Information

 Loading... Please wait...
  • Call us on 720-753-4560
  • My Account

Blog

Which is the better Zoom Rooms camera? AVer VC520 versus Logitech Group

Posted by Ryan Pinke on

I've wanted to do this video for a while, so I finally decided to get it done.  It's a comparison between two of our best selling cameras - the AVer CAM520 and Logitech PTZ Pro.  They both are very similar in features - you can check out the comparison chart below the video - and would be used in similar situations.  

I've got both cameras available in the same Zoom Rooms setup, and all I will be doing is switching between the two throughout the video.  

As you can see, both are great cameras, provide outstanding features, while being from industry recognized leaders.  Below is a quick comparison table, so you understand each cameras features.


AVer VC520 (CAM520) Logitech Group (PTZ Pro)
Conference Room Use Medium to Large Room Medium to Large Room
Participants 6 to 14 6 to 14
Functionality Pan, Tilt, Zoom Pan, Tilt, Zoom
Connection USB 2.0 USB 2.0
Field of View 82 degree 90 degree
Zoom 12x lossless true optical zoom 10x lossless true optical zoom
Pre settings 10 Locations 5 Locations
Max Resolution 1080p @ 60/30/15 fps 1080p @ 30/15 fps

Right now, we still believe the AVer is a better camera for your Zoom Rooms - and we recommend it as your go to camera for your Zoom Rooms.

View Comments


Are you Ready? Huddle Rooms and Open Spaces are becoming video-enabled.

Fun Fact: According to a recent white paper written by Frost & Sullivan, and sponsored by Zoom, "more than 96% of meeting rooms currently are only equipped with traditional projectors or displays and audio communications."Also from the same white paper, it's estimated that by 2021, over 1/3 of all employees will access office networks remotely, and usage [...]

Read More »


Let's get personal: small office video cameras with big features

The picture that pops into my mind when someone says "desktop video conferencing" is someone sitting in front of their laptop or desktop computer with either a built in camera or something hanging on the top of the screen.  The solution works, and if you are using a headset instead just the build in speaker/mic [...]

Read More »


Welcome the Huddle Room!

Everything in business is transforming to be quick, easy and ready to use. Conference and meeting rooms are no exception, companies are dumping the luxury furniture and old clucky AV setups for smaller, technology-enabled Huddle Rooms – with whiteboards, video conferencing and collaboration built in. Just like everything else in business, they are small and easy to use. Now, with [...]

Read More »