I had the Logitech Brio but changed to my … iPhone 11. Use the Camo software with it when using Screenflow or Zoom or any other relevant app. Lifetime cost is $80, or subscribe for $40 per year. Lifetime price was a no-brainer for me. And iPhone cameras will continue to get better and better.
Pretty easy to find stands and clips to hold the phone. I think my grip clip is from Manfrotto.
I purchased an Elgato Facecam a few months back and have been very happy with it. What sold me was the quality of the camera and the flexibility of the accompanying app (Camera Hub). One detail that I especially like is that camera settings can be saved to the camera itself and will be preserved if I restart my computer or move the webcam to a different computer.
On a side note, I own a couple of other webcams, including a Logitech c930e. I also sometimes use the excellent Camo app that transforms my iPhone into a high-quality and flexible webcam.
Yes, that can be a downside. But I need really good video when I’m on Zoom, or recording a screencast (Screenflow or similar) so I don’t run into this issue. If I’m using FaceTime it’s for a quick chat. But it may be a different scenario for others.
I second using an iPhone with Camo. Have gotten excellent results. The one thing you have to be aware of is that Camo is not currently supported by Quicktime, and thus FaceTime, so if that is important to you it might be a dealbreaker. I did chat withthe developers and I think they are working on this. Regardless, I also do a lot of YouTube videos for the classes I teach and use Camo along with the OBS app for recording which works great. I agree with @Mathew_T_Mitchell about the lifetime ownership price. In this day of subscriptions it has been absolutely worth it to know I will never have to pay for this product again. I have used Camo with both and iPhone 12 Pro Max and 13 Pro Max without issues.
If I were to buy a webcam now I would opt for the Elgato FaceCam … just my opinion.
One thing I kind of remember from some review was, that this Webcam doesn’t have a mic built in, which one should keep in mind (sorry if I remembered that incorrectly). I would always opt for an external mic and/or headset anyways .