The Logitech C922 and the C925e are both very good and affordable webcams. If your choice of webcams came down to these two and you can’t decide which one to get, we’re more than happy to help you out.
Both of these webcams offer some features that are great for certain users. In this comparison, we’ll take a look at how they differ so that you can find out which one is right for you. Here’s a comparison chart to start things off.
Logitech C922 vs C925e Comparison Chart
|Model||Logitech C922||Logitech C925e|
|Price||Check Price||Check Price|
|Lens||Full HD glass||Glass|
|Field of View||78°||78°|
|Microphone||Stereo||2 omni directional microphones|
|Privacy||No||Built-in privacy shutter|
The Logitech C925e is the bigger webcam but the difference in size is negligible.
Looking at both the C922 and the C925e, you will notice that the C925e is wider. The C922 measures 1.14″ x 3.74″ x 0.94″ while the C925e is 1.2″ x 5.0″ x 1.3″. As you can see, the C925e is a little over an inch wider and a bigger camera overall, although not by much. The Logitech C922 weighs 5.71 oz while the C925e weighs 6.0 oz.
One feature that the C925e has that the C922 lacks is its sliding shade. It’s a nice added feature that all webcams should have.
Both webcams come with an adjustable clip for mounting on top of your monitor or your laptop. You can also mount them on a tripod if you want. On that note, the C922 comes with a table-top tripod while the C925e does not.
The Logitech C922 is capable of 60fps at 720p.
Video quality is great for both webcams. They are both capable of handling 1080p at 30 frames per second. However, the C922 has the advantage when it comes to 720p as it can deliver 60 frames per second while the C925e is stuck at 30. During video calls, 1080p at 30fps is usually more than enough, however, if you are planning on streaming, you will want that 60fps as it is smoother and will deliver a better experience for your viewers.
In low-light settings, both cameras are good but the C925e is better due to its RightLight 2 upgrade. It can deliver brighter and sharper images. RightLight 2 adjusts the quality of the image or video based on the lighting of your room.
Another advantage of the C925e over the C922 is its built-in encoder. It supports H.264 with Scalable Video Coding and UVC 1.1 encoding. Both webcams have a 78° field of view.
Both webcams are capable of decent sound.
When it comes to sound quality, both webcams are decent enough. The Logitech C922 has stereo mics while the C925e has 2 omnidirectional mics. Both webcams produce clear sound that will do just fine when it comes to video calls. If, however, you need to have the best sound quality, it might be better to invest in a dedicated mic such as this TONOR mic.
Software and Compatibility
The Logitech C922 has a background removal feature that can help streamers on a budget.
Both webcams are compatible with Windows 7 and up. The C922 works with MacOS 10.10 or later while the C925e supports MacOS 10.7 and above.
Both webcams will work with video apps such as Skype, Microsoft Teams, FaceTime, etc.
The biggest difference between the two when it comes to software compatibility is the C922’s ability to work with ChromaCam, a background removal software. This is great for streaming on a budget. It creates a green screen effect so that you can remove or replace your background. The C922 also works with OBS and XSplit and it comes with a 3-month premium XSplit subscription.
If you are a streamer, go for the Logitech C922. The Logitech C925e is better suited for office use.
Both webcams are similarly priced but they are geared for different types of users. If you are more into streaming, you should definitely get the Logitech C922 over the C925e. Being able to stream at 60fps is something that you should take advantage of. The background removal feature is also nice to have if you don’t have the space or the budget for a real green screen.
The Logitech C925e is good for business calls or video conferences. It delivers very good image quality even on low-light settings and its omni directional mics are good enough so that you are heard loud and clear.
You can use the app you’re using to zoom the camera.
Yes, it is compatible and will work with Windows 10.
They are the same model. The difference is the content. The C922 comes with a tripod and three months of XSplit subscription. On the other hand, the C922x comes with a 6-month XSplit subscription without the tripod. The C922x is exclusive to Amazon.
Yes, the Logitech C925e has 2 omni directional mics.
Last update on 2020-09-26 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API