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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.) 

It's worth noting that webcams are flying off the shelves right now, so some models may sell out quickly. But our clever little price comparison widget updates each 30 minutes to show you all the webcams still on sale, at the very best prices. 

Where to buy a webcam in the US

If you're living in the US and struggling to find anywhere that still stocks webcams, you'll be pleased to hear there's still a number of models available at the following retailers:

  • Best Buy - quality webcams from $50
  • Amazon - webcams from Logitech and more
  • B&H Photo Video - top models at low prices
  • Staples - quality devices for all budgets
  • Dell- Professional webcams for under $100
  • Office Depot - the widest range of webcams still available
  • Newegg - Top quality webcams for less

But to save you scouring through the options, here are the best webcam deals currently available:

Where to buy a webcam in the UK

Webcams in the UK are in seriously short supply, but there's still a few around, you just need to know where to look. Here are a few of the best offers available right now:

Kerrie Hughes

Kerrie Hughes is editor of Creative Bloq. Kerrie was staff writer for 3D World magazine before joining the original Creative Bloq team in 2012. Since then she's written regularly for other publications, including ImagineFX, 3D World and Computer Arts magazines.