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Razer Kiyo Pro HDR Webcam Review

Rating: 8.5.

In for review today is Razer's latest webcam, the brand-new Razer Kiyo Pro that comes in at a pretty hefty £199.99. Key features include 1080p60 output, HDR capabilities and a sensor usually found within security cameras. We’ll be diving into Razer’s claims about this product and putting it through its paces to see how it stacks up against the competition.

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  • Dimensions: 70.5 x 90 mm
  • Weight 245g
  • Moni-directional microphone
  • Detachable 1.5m USB 3.0 cable (USB-C to USB-A)
  • Sony IMX 327 CMOS sensor with Starvis Technology
  • 2.1 Megapixels
  • Uncompressed video up to 1080p 60/30/24 FPS
  • HDR mode (up to 30FPS maximum)
  • H.264 codec
  • Adjustable field of view 104 / 86 / 79 degrees
  • Auto focus and manual focus options
  • HDR mode (up to 30FPS maximum)
  • Lens cap included
  • Corning Gorilla Glass 3
  • Flexible mount and mounting threads on both the camera and mount

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  • Excellent for both streaming and productivity.
  • Great image quality.
  • Great specifications and image sensor.
  • Brilliant build quality with Gorilla Glass 3.
  • Lots of options and adjustable field of view in Synapse software.


  • Very large design.
  • Poor autofocus performance (can set manual focus to fix this however).

KitGuru says: We think the Kiyo Pro is an excellent high-quality webcam. HDR mode will make your calls look high quality in any business meeting or presentation. Yes, £200 is quite expensive but for a streamer that wants the best we think this is an achievable price point and worthwhile investment as it is cheaper than the DSLR route.

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Rating: 8.5.

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