Will Your Webcam Quality Attract the Right Customers?

March 16, 2015 4 Comments Tips , Tools & Resources 11670 Views

If you want to be a camgirl and you don’t already own an HD webcam, you need one. The quality of your customers depends on the quality of your webcam and trust me, you don’t want low quality customers (they don’t usually have money lol). So, unless your laptop’s built-in camera happens to stream in at least 720p HD, you’re lucky you landed here!


I’m going to provide an overview of the best options out of Logitech’s line of products. I’ve always found their products to be high quality and budget-friendly.



Logitech HD Webcam C525



Stream Quality: 720p HD
Photos: 8 MP
Autofocus: Ultra-smooth & Auto light correction
Lens: Plastic




Rotates 360 degrees
Portable fold-and-go design


This is the webcam I personally started with and it definitely lives up to Logitech’s reputation. It’s been two years and it still works like the day I bought it. The portable design is super convenient too.


Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920


Stream Quality: 1080p HD
Photos: 15 MP
Autofocus: Ultra-smooth & Auto light correction
Lens: Premium Carl Zeiss optics (glass)




Dual HD quality stereo microphones


This is the most popular webcam choice and it’s currently Logitech’s bestseller with good reason. The quality is much better than the C525.


Logitech Conference Cam BCC950



Stream Quality: 1080p HD, 30 frames per second (i.e. great)
Photos: N/A
Autofocus: Precision & Advanced auto light correction
Lens: Premium Carl Zeiss optics (glass)




Remote control pan/tilt/zoom with 10 foot range
Omni-directional microphone with both noise and echo cancellation


This is one I haven’t tried yet, but a lot of the reviews say that it’s fantastic as long as you’re not using it on Skype. I’ve watched some camgirls using this webcam and sometimes when they pan or tilt the movement is a little choppy.

As a general rule of thumb, look for something that specifies a video calling quality of at least 720p HD for best results.


By results, I mean dollars.


I spent about $50 when I bought the C525 to start working on cam, and I made just over $60 within my first few hours.


Give yourself the best start possible by investing in a good quality webcam. This is the most important tool you are going to be using. If you’re good at the job you just might have it paid for within your first few hours as well.


Take it easy.


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  1. Moronolicious December 19, at 14:09

    Would you say the C920 is worth it for a starting male model? I’m a student, so cash can be a little tight.

    • Cat December 19, at 14:38

      While I do highly recommend that C920, if you’re on a budget you can definitely get by with just the Logitech C525. It’s a good quality 720p HD cam – it’s actually the one I started out with.

  2. wayne March 19, at 15:14

    Hi Cat,

    Thanks for the info, great reviews!

    I have been considering buying a Logitech Conference. Thanks for the heads up on best price!

    • Cat March 19, at 16:19

      Hey Wayne, Thanks for stopping by. Glad I could help! Best, Cat


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