What to expect: In the age of video conferencing, there are very few good webcams. Some have switched to original DSLRs, but this is expensive and relatively inconvenient. A small company called Opal says it has created happy media with a webcam that offers the best of both worlds to a $300 product.
In June, Dell launched its first serious competitor to Logich's Brio 4K HDR webcam. The latter was one of the best - if not the best - webcams for people looking for the best option for their video conferencing needs. The Dell UltraSharp webcam appeared as an option focused on image quality - with an adjustable field of view and an aluminum design, but without a microphone.
Recently, a former team of Apple, Beats and Uber employees was revealed. Another great webcam for Mac people. The new device is called the Opal C1 - a $300 DSLR webcam that you can plug into your iMac or Pro Display XDR.
Content creators claim that this is the "first professional webcam", citing the fact that webcams traditionally contain a disappointing image. Quality As more people from home started working and studying, everyone became familiar with the bead image without the depth of field and washed-out colors.
The Opal C1 is equipped with a Sony 7.8 mm sensor that has the ability to record. 4056 x 3040 pixels, f/1.8 aperture, six-element lens. It can shoot up to 60 frames per second and should be able to produce a much sharper image than a regular webcam. Next to the camera is a radial microphone array that the company calls MicMesh. This will filter out most of the background noise from your environment. For Apple Macs, "
the webcam is powered by "Intel's new 14nm VPU chip" — likely replacing the Movidius Myriad 2 VPU unveiled in one of the neural computing nerves of Apple. Intel.Works with Opal Tripleium T16 processor to enable computer photography effects like bokeh, white balance, brightness, etc. The $300 price tag alone means this webcam isn't for everyone, and if you want it, you'll have to sign up for a reservation. Selected people can purchase a unit in a limited trial period.>
The company developed a $300 DSLR webcam for Apple Macs