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Logitech launches Mevo Core 4K wireless webcam with interchangeable lenses

Logitech launches Mevo Core 4K wireless webcam with interchangeable lenses

a Logitech Launched today is Mevo core, a 4K wireless webcam with an 8.3MP sensor, allowing you to attach interchangeable micro 4/3 lenses. The device is designed for professional use, especially in live broadcasting and content production, and can be used versatile, with its various accessories, in addition to having a compact design.

The camera can record at up to 4K at 30fps and transmit at Full HD, also at 30fps, allowing any compatible MFT lens to be used. It has a three-microphone array with noise cancellation and spatial audio, is also compatible with external microphones and has four connection points for 1/4-inch-20 accessories on four sides.

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The Mevo Core works wirelessly, with a promised battery life of up to 6 hours that can be recharged via the USB-C port. The webcam has Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.1, and can be controlled using the app Mevo Multicam applicationwhere you can connect different cameras at the same time and manage different aspects of the device, such as aperture, lens focus, and the camera used.

You can also use the camera wired and with an Ethernet adapter, which charges the device and transfers data. The webcam can also be connected to an HDMI or UVC input, as well as being integrated with NDI, SRT and UVC. The device can be broadcast or used for meetings on major platforms.

The idea of ​​the Mevo Core is to make it easier to use a more advanced camera designed for more professional purposes. The price of the device is 1000 US dollars, in option without lenses or other accessories. Options with lenses and other add-ons will also be sold.

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