Here at NerdTechy, we’re no stranger to EMEET. They’re an up and coming manufacturer of all things audio/video related. Most well known for their unique and innovative line-up such as the Meeting Capsule G1 and OfficeCore M3, they’ve made a name for themselves over the past few years.
Simply put, they’re experts when it comes to peripherals for your home or business office space. That said, they’re at it again with the newest addition to their lineup; the EMEET S600.
This is a compact, impressive webcam that’s packed with some pretty enticing features. Today we’re going to take a look at exactly what it has to offer. We’ll take a deep-dive into its multitude of features and evaluate it with a closer look. Let’s get right into it.
Internally, the EMEET S600 is equipped with a dedicated 4K UHD sensor. This supports a maximum resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels at 30 frames per second. In reality, this provides all the big-screen clarity that’s standard with today’s high-end webcams. Ideal for zoom meetings, video calls and other video-interactions where visual quality is of utmost importance.
The 30 frames per second do an adequate job while shooting at 4K. However, if you want to shoot in 60 FPS, the S600 downscales the resolution to 1080p. This is quite standard for today’s technology and is completely acceptable. In general, the supported 4K and 1080p video resolutions are both adequate for the majority of real-world applications.
Taking advantage of the S600’s built-in auto focus and light balance is where it really seems to shine. Simply put, the S600 will automatically arrange the best focus and light balance for the subject in frame.
It’ll take the surrounding environment and arrange the best colors and brightness/contrast for ideal visual quality. This means that there’s no need to manually adjust any of this. Simply power it on and the webcam will self-balance the shadows and highlights in frame.
Best of all, the S600 has an enormous 88 degree field of view. This is much more generous than most similar webcams on the market that are often limited under a 70 degree viewing angle. Ultimately, you’re able to get more space in the frame than you were likely ever able to achieve in the past.
Dual Noise Cancelling Microphones
The EMEET S600 is equipped with two integrated microphones that are said to do a wonderful job at picking up voice without distractions. By incorporated an intelligent noise-cancelling technology, the webcam listens closely and automatically determines which sounds need to be eliminated. It’ll introduce the opposite sound wave to cancel out any distractive background noise.
This is the perfect feature for those who use their webcam in unusually loud or public environments. Whether you’re in a library or busy classroom, chances are that there’s background noise that could become problematic. By incorporating noise cancelling mics, the webcam provides a better user experience for anyone involved in an active call or conference.
A lot of webcams assure privacy in a variety of ways. In this day and age, most people place privacy as a top priority when searching for any internet connected device. Because of this, many manufacturers have given priority to privacy and certain features that assure it.
The EMEET S600 does so by including a physical cover that can pivot over the entire lens. It’s built right into the body and rotates into position while it’s not in use. Although many privacy-nerds may also want to manually unplug the webcam while not in use, the privacy cover offers a simple way to eliminate the worry of third-party hackers and/or onlookers.
Whenever you purchase a new peripheral for your computer, compatibility is typically very important. After all, if it won’t work for your system, it wouldn’t be a smart purchase. Luckily, EMEET knows this and they’ve given the S600 a wide-range of compatibility.
The S600 requires no drivers or special software to use. Just plug-in the USB cord and you’re good to go. In fact, it’s plug-n-play with a wide range of Operating Systems, new and old. In fact, it’s fully compatible with Mac OS 10 and above, Windows XP and above and any latest version of Linux. This means that there’s built-in support for Zoom, YouTube, Twitch and virtually every streaming platform out there.
Not being required to deal with any special software or drivers is a definite bonus. However, if you’re someone who wants to to tweak settings or manually adjust lighting or special effects, you can utilize the eMeetLink software. This is EMEET’s very own software that opens up a whole realm of options and settings to mess around with.
We’re really happy to see that EMEET is continuing their product line with a high quality addition. The S600 Webcam is packed with several enticing features that we wouldn’t typically see at this price-point. Popular name brand cameras with the same features usually cost 1.5 or 2 times as much. Simply put, they’re offering quite a bit at a surprisingly affordable price-point.
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The 4K video quality at 30 FPS is something that most users will instantly fall in love with. The clarity of the high resolution is excellent for virtually any real-world application where you need to utilize a high quality webcam.
In addition to this, the massive 88 degree field of view is something that everyone can appreciate. You’ll likely be able to fit more in-frame than ever before, especially when compared to any other budget-friendly or outdated option that’s available.
We love the inclusion of dual noise cancelling microphones. It assures excellent audio quality so the person(s) on the other end of your call are always able to clearly hear you and what you’re saying. Simply put, Zoom or Skype calls, virtual meetings and one on one webcam sessions are ideal uses for this new release.
Meet Derek, “TechGuru,” a 34-year-old technology enthusiast with a deep passion for tech innovations. With extensive experience, he specializes in gaming hardware and software, and has expertise in gadgets, custom PCs, and audio.
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