I have an issue, a First World Issue™ (but not really a problem), and that is, I do not have an external webcam (nor a built-in webcam) for this external display monitor. It's a pain, a bother, and is slightly inconvenient. I have my MacBook connected to this monitor at all times (usually, until I really wanna migrate to the easy chair, or if I don't plan on doing any web dev for a few days), and that means people have to place calls via Google Duo (because if the call is placed through FaceTime, I have no choice but to text them right away and ask that they use GD), and then I have to A) switch to my phone to take the call, and B) unplug my EarPods (not AirPods) and from the Mac and plug them into my phone so I can hear the person over the sound of the noisy fridge or/and dishwasher or/and AC unit or/and outside noise (when the door is open).
A simple video call is a hassle, and that is an issue for most people in 2021. I couldn't care less (usually), but now everyone I know is on the video call gravy train, and I miss at least one call a day, and have to return the call several minutes later.
So, webcam right? The answer is, yes. I need a somewhat decent webcam for my desk rig. I did a fast DDG search, and wound up on The Verge, and saw their recommendations, and then wound up on the Logitech site (imagine that, I already have a Logitech MX Keys keyboard and cheapo Logitech mouse, why not toss in a webcam?), and I forget the particular model number in question, but it is a USB-C compatible unit, and has 1080p video, looks sleek, and is ~$150 (which seems expensive, but I guess that is common for USB-C webcams? Because all the other ones were under $100 but with only USB-A, which I do not have, so...).
It's a thing I am considering. Not too thrilled about having a webcam, as the security on the things are not very good from what I hear, and I consider them more or less an IoT (Internet of Things) device, and those are usually trash, but, I need to be able to place calls.
And yea, the MacBook cam and the Moto G7 Power cam are fairly poor quality, but I am not too concerned with video quality (I wouldn't be opposed to something better, though).
Anyway, just putting it out there.