Razer Ripsaw X is designed to capture video using the USB port

According to the source, Razer has unveiled the Ripsaw X, which the manufacturer describes as a USB device for capturing low-latency video from cameras equipped with an HDMI output. In other words, it can be used to connect a DSLR, GoPro, or professional camcorder to your computer to broadcast live video over HDMI without installing an expansion card for capturing video into your computer.

The device supports 4K UHD up to 60 fps or Full HD (1080p) up to 120 fps. Of course, a USB 2.0 port will not work for it. Requires USB 3.2 Gen1 (5Gbps) port, which is also used to power the device. The device is compatible with most popular camera brands including Canon, Nikon, Sony, GoPro, Panasonic, and Fujifilm. It automatically downloads the necessary software via the Internet after connecting. The Ripsaw X costs $ 140.

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