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Forget setting up several lights just to get decent on-camera illumination. The Razer Kiyo maintains even and flattering lighting on you, and eliminates harsh shadows. Plus, with adjustable brightness levels, getting the right amount is a breeze.
With 720p resolution at 60 fps, the Razer Kiyo maintains visual fidelity when you stream. This means that viewers can be completely immersed the way you are, with footage just the way you see it in-game. Also streams in 1080 resolution at 30fps for Full HD.
We are constantly looking for ways to support the streaming community; that's why it's so important for us to work together with other players in the ecosystem.
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The Razer Kiyo was created to be the ultimate desktop streaming camera for gaming and streaming, and now we’re making it even better for all your other needs.
Default 4:3 resolution
The Razer Kiyo is now standard 4:3 aspect ratio friendly. Whether it’s a Skype or FaceTime video call, you get zero distortion.
Neutral color representation
With neutral colors less saturated, you look impeccable whether you’re streaming or talking to a friend.
Auto white balance adjustment
Using light presets that shift to suit your environment, the Razer Kiyo accurately tunes color casts so images on screen are accurate to real life.
Low light compensation enabled
Enjoy greater flexibility with auto low-light correction on your video in a dim room. Choose to turn off this function to stream at 60 fps for full gaming fidelity.
We’ve enhanced our built-in autofocus function so footage is even more precise, seamless and sharp.Get firmware update
June 5, 2018