The Logitech B525 Fold and Go camera is End of Life (EOL) and being replaced by the new Logitech C505e webcam. The new webcam comes in at an MSRP of $54.99 and works with Windows, Mac, or Chrome based computer via USB-A and with common calling applications such as Microsoft Teams, Skype for Business, Google Meet and Voice, Zoom, Cisco Jabber and others. In the video below we show video and mic audio quality between B525 and C505e.
If you’re looking for something on-the-go, Logitech B525 HD Webcam makes it easy to meet face-to- face, wherever you are. The convenient design lets you pack the camera and take it with you. Just attach it to your device and begin your meeting.
With a 720p HD video captured at 30 frames per second, the B525 HD Webcam delivers clear, crisp video, even in low light conditions. The autofocus feature maintains a distinctive sharpness as close as 10cm.
The Logitech C505e provides a 60° diagonal FOV (field of view), a fixed focus lens, HD 720p/30fps, automatic light adjustment features, and one omnidirectional mic, supporting clear conversations up to 3 meters away.
The extended USB-A cable and provides a wide range of mounting alternatives. Secure it on a screen—or mount it up to 7 ft from your computer.
C505e works with most popular video applications, including Microsoft Teams, Skype for Business, Google Voice and Meet, Zoom and others to ensure compatibility and seamless integration in the workplace.
While testing these two webcams, the Logitech B525 and c505e, and to clarify that the Logitech B525 is End of Life (EOL), we were shocked with the outcome. Upon closer inspection, the B525 puts out a much better image and sound then it’s successor. Want to see for yourself? Check out the full breakdown below: