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Refurbished Mac Compatible Logitech Webcam Deals

Shopping for a deal and the best price on a Mac compatible Logitech HD web camera? Consider buying a MacOS friendly Certified Refurbished Logitech Webcam to save big on their most popular external USB webcam devices.

Refurb Logitech C310 Webcam

Best 720p HD Cheap Mac Webcam


Depending on the model and street price, you can typically save $10 USD and often more by buying an inspected, tested and factory recertified and fully warranted refurb. Amazon tends to have a good refurbished selection of most of Logitech's current personal and group video conferencing cams on any given day. Click the link above to see their current selection.

Pro Mac Webcam With Built-In Ring Light

Shopping for a Mac compatible webcam with built-in right light and more? Marantz is shipping a unique all-in-one professional web camera and microphone solution that also includes dimmable LED ring lighting, onboard audio and video controls, as well as a built-in USB 3.0 hub for additional devices.

Mac Compatible Ring Light Webcam With Mic

Marantz Pro Video & Audio Broadcasting Solution


For those into serious online voice and video conferencing, Skype, streaming, broadcasting, recording and more; the Marantz Turret Pro broadcast system is a unique Mac compatible peripheral that can consolidate much of your Apple computer AV setup into a single device. An autofocus 1080p driver-free UVC compliant web camera assures instant Mac OSX compatibility and is surrounded by a dimmable ring light. Snap-on filters are included for tweaking the ringlight's 3000K-7000K color temperature range to your liking.

On the audio front, the Marantz Turret broadcaster for Mac also incorporates a high-quality polar-pattern condenser microphone with pop filter. There are onboard controls to activate, mute, and control mic gain. A 1/8"/3.5mm amplified audio out jack for headphones assures realtime monitoring.

The webcam ring light microphone device houses a native Type-C USB-C connection, making it one of the few Mac webcams (like the 4K Logitech Brio) that offers the option of direct USB-C to USB-C connectivity for modern MacBooks, iMacs and Mac minis with Thunderbolt 3/USB-C ports. But it also works on older Mac's with conventional USB ports. There's also two conventional rectangular USB 3.0 Type-A ports integrated into the web camera's base to use as a hub for your other desktop gadgets.