Obsbot Tiny 2 Review

It's newer, and it is certainly tinier but is the Obsbot Tiny 2 a good enough 4K tracking webcam given the competition?

Obsbot Tiny 2
(Image: © Future)

Digital Camera World Verdict

The Obsbot Tiny 2 has come close to mastering AI subject tracking, and can even extend that art to hands or whiteboard wands. This is backed up with an excellent dual-native ISO image sensor that handles even tough lighting conditions, and the result is a camera that is ideal for a streaming app like OBS.


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    Good image quality across lighting

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    Very reliable subject tracking

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    Dual-native ISO

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    Voice commands & gestures actually work

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    Privacy mode

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    Easy-touse but feature-rich app


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    App uses up an astounding 770MB

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    The remote control lacks USB-C connector

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    More expensive than typical webcam

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Obsbot's first AI webcam, the 'Tiny' was called that in comparison to the 'Tail,' a camera designed for streamers which was the company's debut product. As such it didn't actually need to be that compact; it easily fitted in one hand, and was a good bit smaller than the Tail, but it didn't look entirely comfortable balanced on a monitor.

That was easily forgiven, though, because, as we noted in our review, it – and the Tiny 4K that followed it – did an excellent job of keeping a subject in frame, offering much of the functionality of the Tail in an even more portable context.

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Adam Juniper
Managing Editor

With over 20 years of expertise as a tech journalist, Adam brings a wealth of knowledge across a vast number of product categories, including timelapse cameras, home security cameras, NVR cameras, photography books, webcams, 3D printers and 3D scanners, borescopes, radar detectors… and, above all, drones. 

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