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BCAMS Magazine, the 12th issue!

The independent livecam industry resource for news and tips & tricks for cam models and camsites.

The 12th issue of BCAMS Magazine is out and hot!

To cure your end-of-summertime sadness we bring you some of the most astonishing and sexy top international models! These chicas will set you on fire and make you lose your mind!

“BCAMS Magazine is a fast-growing one, and each issue proved the strong connection made with the live cam industry. Thank you for your trust and support.”

Moving on to our cover story, we had an exclusive interview with Rick Morales, Stripchat CEO, who shares how he successfully manages the business and also maintains exceptional relations with studios, models and partners worldwide.

The Sex Toys Market is expected to increase by USD 19.85 billion from 2021 to 2026 according to a recent market study.

And Durex company is all set to enter the metaverse and join the non-fungible token (NFT) space.

Also, we couldn’t help not make a short review of Dell’s new release 2k QHD resolution camera.

Sofiia from 3F Models, tells us more about their business, and how they are still operating under the harsh conditions of the Russian-Ukrainian war.

All this and more awaits you in our 12th issue of BCAMS Magazine!

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Events

Networking at the highest level: TESS 2022 & WMA Cyprus

We just had a marathon of events, and OMG how many connections we’ve made, but also the good experiences we had at both of the conferences.
But let’s take them step by step.

TES 2022 was hosted again in beautiful Prague. There were so many participants and so many ways to network at the highest level. It took place in the same great hotel as usual, and yes, doing business while you mix it with pleasure is the best way. Exquisite parties and dinners, meeting all your friends, which become family after you meet them so many times. That’s totally a yes for us!

Carrying on to the next conference, WMA Cyprus, the flight towards it was the craziest we ever had! A special charter only for us, and you can imagine the fun we all had.

The WMA felt more like a holiday networking, as there were beach parties, beach meetings, and swimming pool meetings, but also really good networking. We met so many people that we never had time to meet at the other conference. We created new friendships and also we found new ways to connect our projects with this beautiful industry. And we can’t wait to go back!

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Latest News

Check out the latest Dell’s 2k QHD resolution webcam and built in mic

Dell has announced a new webcam. It features QHD video quality, a premium metal body, and a built-in microphone.

The new model, dubbed the Dell pro 2K Webcam, sits below the company’s flagship 4K Webcam, but incorporates a similar high-end aesthetic and is stable in one key respect.

This more modest resolution helps it hit a lower price of $134.99, but thankfully Dell squeezed in a noise-reducing microphone at this price point — correcting the biggest omission from the 4K model. This new camera is available globally today.

The cylindrical webcam sits on top of any monitor using a universal mount and is powered via the integrated USB-A cable.
According to Dell, the camera can handle a maximum video resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels (also known as 2K or QHD) and uses image processing to apply HDR (high dynamic range) to the video, highlights and shadows when used in poorly lit environments, such as in front of a window.
One of the key features of the new Dell webcam, and one that it shares with its more expensive 4K version, is auto-framing. It uses artificial intelligence to zoom in slightly on the subject (i.e. you), then pans and zooms to keep you centered in the frame.
The Dell pro 2K webcam also offers two fields of view (65 and 78 degrees), and the Sony starvis imaging sensor delivers 2K/QHD video at 30 or 24 frames per second and 1,080-pixel Full HD at 60 can be output with , 30 or 24fps. A 720px HD option is also available and has the same three frame rate options as 1,080px.
The autofocus lens has an aperture of f/2.0 and has a 4x digital zoom. The camera is powered by a 1.5m long fixed USB-A cable. Of course, being fixed means you can’t remove it, and since it’s USB-A, people using laptops with only USB-C cables (like the Apple MacBook Air) must use a dongle.

Being limited to USB-A and having to go the route of adapters or dongles for USB-C compatibility is a bit of a sour point, but the Pro Webcam seems to make fair compromises for that lower price. Ultimately, the picture and sound quality will most likely determine if this is the better buy over the 4K version or competing options from the likes of Logitech, Microsoft, Razer, and others.

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