Yanda's Webcam Setup


With more meetings being video-conference / virtual, feels worth having a high-quality video-conferencing setup. Below is mine.
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  1. Camera: Sony A6600
  2. Lens: Sony E 16-55mm f/2.8 G
  3. HDMI → Virtual Webcam ConverterBlackmagic Web Presenter 4K
  4. Blackmagic converter box & specialized cableBlackmagic Design HDMI to SDI 3G Micro Converter and 3G HD SDI Cables
  5. TripodManfrotto Compact Action Aluminum Tripod or Desk-Mounted MonopodSmallRig Selection Desk Mounting Stand
  6. Cables > HDMI to Micro-HDMI: Pearstone HDD-203 High-Speed Micro-HDMI to HDMI
  7. Cables > PC Power: Cable Matters 2-Pack 16 AWG
  8. Cables > USB-C to USB-CAmazon Basics USB-C Cable
  9. Camera dummy batteryIndiPRO Tools AC Power Supply with NP-FZ100 Dummy Battery


  1. Put the lens on the camera.
  2. Mount the camera on the tripod or monopod behind your monitor.
  3. Connect the camera to the outlet, either over micro-USB or ideally via dummy battery for better charge.
  4. Connect the camera to the BlackMagic Micro Converter box via HDMI to Micro-HDMI cable.
  5. Connect the Blackmagic Micro Converter to the Blackmagic Web Presenter 4K via the 3G SDI cable.
  6. Connect Blackmagic Web Presenter to an outlet via PC Power cable.
  7. Connect Blackmagic Web Presenter to your computer via the USB-C cable.
  8. Turn camera on. I put it in video mode for better face autofocus. Your mileage may vary.
  9. Option for BlackMagic Web Presenter as Zoom video source option.
  10. You're good to go!