for self-propelled individuals who has leveled themselves up to Post-Modern stardom although On-Line, there is constant comparison in the search for the ultimate Web-Cam still within Logitech brands – but ofcourse if you have rendered Nikon DSLR too cluttered for every-day sessions . Yes the C920 is now eight-years old and while technology in this case up-holds older-is-better and “don’t try to fix what is right” but still : you cannot give-up the lure of new products looming up there in a capital society . so consecutively C922 came-out four years ago while a much expensive higher-end 4K Brio introduced three years ago and now a whole new design with gimmic catch-phrase to web-stream : Stream-Cam just released . already there are numerous comparison blogs and videos and you can clearly see the visual difference as well as audio and switching process . but what really matters in the end physically is how long each USB cable is be-it 2.0 or 3.0 USB-C, mostly since extension is a no-no when you want to send video signals as fast as possible, while you computer is running at full-speed to render all that is happening .

  1. C920 USB 2.0 cable 1.5 meters or 5 feet long
  2. C922 USB 2.0 cable 1.8 meters or 6 feet
  3. 4K Brio USB-C 3.0 cable with longest 2.2 meters or 7.2 feet
  4. StreamCam USB-C 3.1 Gen 1 cable 1.5 meters or 5 feet


all-this while 1.5 meters or 5 feet would be the minimum length needed for most desk-top set-up for iBM-compatibles . meaning : either from USB ports on the front panel or rear with your PC below your (60 meter or 23.5 inch deep) desk, up-to your Web-Cam on top of a 27-inch monitor . ofcourse all this won’t matter if your desk-top is truely on top of your desk or if you are using a MacBook or laptop notebook .

– Korea Tech BLog