Largest Sensor Ever on a Webcam, featured with AI-Powered Auto Tracking & Framing, Picture-in-Picture, DSLR quality with webcam convenience, Dual Omnidirectional Microphones and more.
The Ultimate Webcam
Advanced Image Processing
Powerful AI Features
Convenient Remote Control
Easily Switch Between Viewing Modes
Save All Settings Directly to the Iris
Enjoy Uncompressed 4K Video via HDMI
Give your audience a closer look by zooming in. The resolution remains HD even after zooming.
The Iris features dual omnidirectional mics with noise cancellation to ensure you sound crisp and professional. With a voice pickup range up to 19 feet, you can walk around the room and still be heard loud and clear.
With 3D Noise Reduction (3DNR) technologies, the Iris delivers extraordinary detail and life-like color while minimizing image noise, ensuring you look sharp and bright under any lighting conditions.
How does the Iris compare to other webcams?
Image Sensor: 1/1.8 inch Sony Sensor Aperture: f/2.2 Active Pixels: 8.5 Megapixels Maximum Resolution: 3840 x 2160@30fps Video Format: YUY2/MJPG/NV12/H.264 Digital Zoom: Up to 10x digital zoom at 4K@30fps Focus Type: Fixed focus dFOV: 90°
Windows: Windows 7/8/10/11 or above macOS: macOS 10.6 or above
Android: Android 5.0 or above
Linux: Linux 2.6.24 or above
Chrome OS: Chrome OS V29.01547 or above Ubuntu: Ubuntu V10.04 or above
What's in the Box
1 x 4K Webcam 1 x Privacy Cover 1 x Remote 1 x Type-B to Type-A Cable 1 x User Manual
There are several reasons this could happen:
1. There is something wrong with the USB port. Please use a different USB port or another PC and test the camera again.
2. The PC does not recognize the camera device. Please follow the steps from question seven to see if this helps fix the issue.
3. The operating system and computer configuration do not satisfy the requirements of the camera. Please check your system specifications.
4. The video preview feature of the application is not turned on, or the application has a privacy feature that prohibits access to the camera. Please try with a different application.
Please ensure that the light in your environment is free of unique tones in the walls and floors or intense non-standard light sources, including areas with colored or intense light. These light sources can subject photographs to color cast. This may be adjusted via the Hue slider in the NexiGo Webcam Settings Software, which you can download at nexigo.com/software.
Step 1: Press the PiP button to enable picture-in-picture mode. A small window will appear at the bottom right of the frame. Step 2: In picture-in-picture mode, the small frame can automatically track or frame you, while the large frame can zoom in and out or pan and tilt to your liking. Please note that any changes to exposure or color settings will apply to both images.
The ePTZ level has reached its limit, which is 5x by default. You may raise this limit to 10x in the OSD menu. Navigate to Setup>ePTZ Level, then use the left or right arrows to change the value between 1x-5x and 1x-10x.
The ePTZ has probably reached its limit. Normally this happens when you enable the auto framing or auto tracking function. The auto-framed camera view is the minimum limit of the ePTZ level, so you can’t zoom out over the minimum limit of the auto-framed ePTZ level. You can disable the auto-framing and/or auto-tracking function to manually adjust the ePTZ.
This might be due to lighting inconsistencies in your room. You can navigate to the OSD Menu>Exposure>Flicker, and select the flicker response rate to either 50Hz or 60Hz as pictured below (Note: It also depends on your region and your lighting types).