After founding in 2021, Streamplify has been working on a slew of new products aimed at aspiring and upcoming streamers. For 2022, Streamplify is introducing a number of new products, providing you with everything you need to get started with creating content.
The launch line-up for 2022 inclues the Streamplify CAM, a Streamplify MIC and mounting arm, a set of lights and a green screen. All of this will be available throughout Europe and the US starting today, with more set to release in the future. For those looking to get everything they need all at once, there will also be a few starter bundles, which will package together everything you need to get started or improve your stream.
Here is the full breakdown of Streamplify gear:
- Streamplify CAM – Featuring Full HD 1080P/60FPS, the CAM delivers crystal clear video. Full glass lens with built-in smart auto-focus and light enhancement. 90° wide angle and 360° swivel and an anti-spy sliding webcam cover.
- Streamplify MIC TRIPOD & ARM – RGB microphone with a lightweight tripod or full adjustable mounting arm. Features cardioid pickup pattern, up to 48kHz/16bit sample rate, quick mute function, 2 audio playback modes, full playback Podcast Mode and one-way playback Gaming Mode.
- Streamplify LIGHT 10 & 14 – Both feature colour temperature control, 10 brightness levels, and include smartphone and camera mounts. The 14 comes with front tactile-switch control and IR remote, while the 10 provides an inline remote.
- Streamplify SCREEN LIFT – 1.5×2 meter green screen with hydraulic lift, portable design with lockable foot wheels.
There will be a ‘starter bundle' costing £129.95, including a Cam, Mic Tripod and Light 10. The Pro bundle comes in at £199.99 and packages together the Cam, Mic & Arm, Light 10 and Light 14. The complete bundle is £329.95 and includes everything from the Pro bundle, but adds a green screen as well.
You can find all of Streamplify's new streaming gear, HERE.
KitGuru Says: Are any of you looking to start streaming or creating content this year? What do you think of the Streamplify bundles?