Logitech C310 webcam review

This budget-friendly hero isn’t ready for retirement just yet!

Logitech C310 review
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Digital Camera World Verdict

The Logitech C310 might have been a decent offering back when it was released in 2010, but age hasn't been kind. It can broadcast at 720p / 30 fps and the quality is decent enough if you’re in a well lit environment, but this dated little webcam can’t compete against more premium offerings on the market, even those that also have a few years behind them. Still, for those who just want a cheap, reliable way to join video calls, the C310 is a no frills option that’s well suited to the needs of remote workers and students.


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    Very affordable

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    Automatic light level correction


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    Not especially powerful

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    No autofocus

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    Limited adjustments

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The Logitech C310 isn’t the cheapest webcam on the market, but its certainly one of the most popular budget webcams around, and happens to be one of the most affordable products in the Logitech family, a brand well known for creating high-quality peripherals and webcams.

It was certainly a budget-buy back when it hit the market in 2010, and even now its listed on the Logitech webstore for $50 / £45, but the age of the Logitech C310 certainly brings its relevancy into question - does a 12 year old product still hold up after all these years? Surprisingly, yes, but only if you fit a certain demographic.

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Jessica Weatherbed

Jess writes about computing at Techradar, where she covers all aspects of Mac and PC hardware, including PC gaming and peripherals. While she loves all areas of computing tech, broadcasting and gaming-related hardware such as webcams, USB microphones, VR headsets and mechanical keyboards are certainly a special interest subject. You find her bylines at Creative Bloq and Space.com, and she has previously been interviewed by the BBC as an industry expert.