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.
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