Where to buy a webcam: we've found where this essential working from home tool is still in stock

If you, along with the much of the rest of the world's workforce, now find yourself working from home, you're almost certainly relying on video calls to stay connected. While in-built devices are totally sufficient for catch ups with loved ones, if you want to make a virtual pitch to or show your work off to clients, you might want to invest in a quality webcam. 

Trouble is, the rest of the world is thinking the same, which means webcams are in short supply right now. In fact, they are almost like gold dust in some areas. But fear not, here at Creative Bloq we've found the online retailers that are still stocking webcams and you'll find our pick of the best webcams currently on sale below. (And if you're after more home office equipment, don't miss our round up of the best office chairs and best USB-C monitors too.) 


Logitech Pro 960: $129.99 at Best Buy
If you're looking for smooth, quality video, look no further.
This Logitech Pro 960-001070 webcam will let you collaborate with colleagues and give presentations seamlessly.

Logitech C270 HD: $39.99 at Dell

Logitech C270 HD: $39.99 at Dell
If you're on the hunt for a budget webcam, the Logitech C270 is an excellent option. The webcam provides HD 720p video calling and the built-in microphone reduces background noise.

Logitech C930: £102.98 at Newegg

Logitech C930: £102.98 at Newegg
One of the best well-known webcam brands, Newegg still has some Logitech models in stock, including this quality C930c device. Rendering video in 1080p, these are perfect for showing off your artwork online.

Logitech C525: £63.99

Logitech C525: £63.99
Another offering from Logitech, this model is slightly cheaper due to lack of extra zoom than it's sibling above. However, this is still excellent when it comes to delivering sharp, smooth video for chats or recording.

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Kerrie Hughes
Freelance writer

Kerrie Hughes is a frequent contributor to Creative Bloq, and was once its editor. One of the original CB crew, Kerrie joined the team back in 2013 after moving from her role as staff writer on 3D World. Since then she's written regularly for other creative publications such as ImagineFX, Computer Arts and Digital Camera World. After a stint working for the police, Kerrie is back reviewing creative tech for creative professionals.