Dell's $200 4K webcam uses a low-light Sony sensor

The shortcomings of the built-in laptop camera have been made worse by working remotely. The majority of laptops come with a 1080p or 720p camera. If you need higher quality video, you will have to buy a separate webcam or use a compatible action camera or DSLR if your machine has one. You now have a 4K webcam option to enhance your livestreams, video calls and virtual events. The $200 UltraSharp Webcam from Dell will be available. It can record 4K footage at 30 frames per second.The 8.3-megapixel Dell camera is similar to the Razer Kiyo Pro. It also has a Sony Starvis sensor (4K), which is normally used in surveillance cameras. The tech promises true-to-life results in low light conditions. An optional HDR mode balances colors in brighter settings.DellThe webcam has been enhanced by Dell with a number of features that will make it more useful for conference callers and live streamers. There are three options for viewing the webcam: The default 90 degree view to show more of your background; a 78 degree view that moves closer to you; and a 65° narrow angle to see your face close-up.You also have 5x digital zoom and an AI Auto Framing feature, which keeps you in the frame no matter how you move. This feature is available on many smart displays and video chat devices such as the Amazon Echo Show 10, Facebook Portal range and the new iPad Pro.Privacy shutter caps are a more common feature on webcams. This allows you to cover the lens with a privacy cap when you wish to keep it hidden. Magnetically attaching the cap behind your webcam will ensure that it doesn't get lost. The Dell camera has been certified for Microsoft Teams, Zoom and other video chat services. It also supports Windows Hello authentication, just like the 4K Brio. The UltraSharp Webcam can be purchased worldwide.