To get good video, you need good lighting—and to capture your great lighting, you need a good camera. If you make videos, stream live or attend online meetings, you’ll soon realize that your laptop’s built-in webcam and your desk lamp can only do so much.
That’s where Litra Glow and StreamCam come in. These simple but powerful tools give you the ideal combination of soft, even lighting and crisp, smooth video quality—making them the perfect pair for Twitch streamers, YouTubers, people working from home and anyone else who needs to look professional on camera. Read on to learn more about how this dynamic duo can help you look your best.
THE BEST QUALITY FOR YOUR MONEY
If you’ve looked into video and lighting equipment, you know that it’s easy to wind up spending a LOT on professional gear. However, you’ll quickly reach a point where spending more money only results in a small increase in quality.
Luckily, consumer video gear has advanced by leaps and bounds in recent years. Only a few years ago, you would have needed a professional DSLR camera and multiple soft boxes to get “pro-quality” results. Now, you don’t have to take out a loan to get a setup that gives you a professional look.
StreamCam’s 1080p HD resolution gives you sharp image quality, while the 60fps frame rate captures smooth, natural motion. These features, combined with the premium glass lens, ensure that everything you record or stream looks crisp and high-def.
While most other compact LED panels have little or no diffusion, Litra Glow’s TrueSoft technology combines high-quality lenses with an edgeless diffuser to wrap the subject in soft, even light. As an added bonus, TrueSoft makes Litra Glow easy on the eyes and certified safe for extended use without eye fatigue.
Litra Glow mounts easily to any monitor.
STREAMLINE YOUR VIDEO AND LIGHTING SETUP
You already expect quality from Logitech gear, but the best part of Litra Glow and StreamCam is their simplicity. Some people like to obsess over their video setup, but most of us just want to get up and running with minimal fuss. When you need to have an impromptu meeting, set up a new shot for a video or try out a new angle on your stream, gear that’s easy to set up makes a world of difference.
For starters, both StreamCam and Litra Glow feature integrated monitor mounts that convert in seconds to desktop stands. Fully adjustable positioning lets you get the perfect angle for your camera and lighting.
StreamCam’s auto-focus and auto-framing make sure you’re always centered in the shot and never blurry, while intelligent exposure automatically adapts to your lighting conditions to ensure consistent lighting any time of day.
Litra Glow is designed to make dialing in a good look as quick and easy as possible. Five large, textured buttons on the back let you adjust color temperature warmer or cooler, brightness up or down, and turn the light on or off—no messing around in software (unless that’s fun for you).
Despite their simplicity, StreamCam and Litra Glow are versatile enough to fit into any setup. Whether you stream games on Twitch, record makeup tutorials for YouTube or teach classes via Zoom, these two tools can give you a great look.
Both products feature removable stands and standard ¼-inch threading, which allow you to use them with professional tripods, boom arms and more. But beyond the physical features, the free software available for StreamCam and Litra Glow is what makes them truly versatile.
Logitech Capture software gives you advanced control of StreamCam from your desktop, letting you easily change settings, add filters and text overlays, stream to popular platforms and even use multiple webcams simultaneously. Best of all, you can save up to six profiles for different situations.
Litra Glow integrates with Logitech G HUB software, allowing you to create and save Litra Glow presets and access key controls right from your desktop. If you have a Logitech G keyboard, you can even bind Litra Glow controls to G-Keys for easy access anytime.
MORE WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR VIDEO AND LIGHTING
Having a great light and camera are important, but they’re only the beginning of your journey. Check out our blog for more tips on how to make your channel look and sound like the best of them.