Having recently equipped myself with a decent webcam (Logitech c920s) so that I can at last join in zoom groups, I'm finding that, unless there's good daylight in the room, the camera seems unable to focus properly on me. I can adjust the camera's light setting okay, but the focus doesn't work so well in lower light. I'm not able to change the arrangement of things in my back office room; the PC is in a dark corner (ideal for photo processing of course), the room light is overhead (60 watts) and the window is about ten feet away to my right. I need some auxiliary lighting, slightly to my left and either level with or slightly higher than my eyeline. The webcam is mounted on the front of the shelf immediately above my monitor and there is space on the shelf edge a bit to my left where a clip-on light could go. I've been looking at USB powered LED goose-neck lamps that have adjustable brightness and colour temperature settings, something like this perhaps. I'd appreciate a bit of feedback in respect of the suitability of this sort of light - would it be bright enough, is the colour temperature range sufficient and so on. Alternatively, if anyone's got a better idea for a suitable light, I'd love to hear about it. There happens to be enough space on the work top to the left of the monitor for a pocket tripod on which a light could be mounted, if that turns out to be a better option.