During the 2020 safer at home order, a lot of people have been purchasing web cams and recording hardware, leaving many suppliers out of stock or back ordered until July 2020. I have been tracking availability and noticed Best Buy has been getting shipments in recently, and back-ordered products ship in a week.
After researching what is listed on websites, I noticed the Web cams model number meant nothing as far as the year that model was released. Most were from 2016/2017 era, and only was was from 2020.
|Product name||Logitech C920S Pro HD Webcam||Logitech Pro webcam black||C922 Pro Stream||Brio 4k||C930e||C920||C925-e||C920 HD|
|Notes||C920 w silver face and wide view angle||C922 Pro Stream, comes with tripod and X does not||Brio 4k||C930e||C920||C925-e|
|First Available Year||31-Jan-20||2016||2016||2017||2014||2016||2016||2012|
|Normal Price||$70 at best buy||$130 best buy||$99 best buy||$200|
|MP||2.07 megapixels||15.0 megapixels||2 megapixels|
|Res||1920 x 1080||1080||1920 x 1080||3840 x 2160|
At that point, unless I wanted the $70 best buy cam from 2020, I thought it was best to look up Logitech 2020 latest reviews.
I finally found the Logitech Steamcam from 2020 for $169 and is in stock on the Logitech website:
Hoping this will make my Microsoft Teams streaming a bit better.