eMeet C960 webcam review

The eMeet C960 is a simple and straightforward webcam for video calling

eMeet c960 review
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Digital Camera World Verdict

For anybody who needs a straightforward, easy-to-use webcam, products such as the eMeet C960 offer excellent value for money. It offers Full HD video quality, which should be more than enough for the average video call. Setting it up is straightforward, while the inbuilt tripod thread is useful for maximum flexibility. Otherwise, there’s some downsides, such as the lack of a privacy cover, but for the price, the eMeet C960 is a good purchase.


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    Good value

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    Plug and play operation

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    Tripod thread


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    No inbuilt privacy cover

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    USB-A only

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With video-conferencing still being the default option for a lot of meetings and even social gatherings these days, it can pay to invest in the best webcam that you can.

You might especially be keen on a dedicated webcam if your home office setup would make it easier - for example if you’re using a tower computer or a large separate screen from a laptop. Perhaps you’re just not overly happy with the quality of whatever device you have’s inbuilt offering. 

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Amy Davies

Amy Davies has been writing about photography since 2009, and used to be a colleague on Digital Camera magazine and Techradar.com. She now works as a freelance journalist writing for nclude Amateur Photographer, Stuff, Wired, T3, Digital Photographer, Digital Camera World, TechRadar, Trusted Reviews, ePhotozine and Photography Blog. She has an undergraduate degree in journalism and a postgraduate diploma in magazine journalism, both from Cardiff Journalism School.