The back of the EchoVideo Pod has a USB port into which users can plug in a USB-connected camera. EchoVideo supports the Logitech 920 and HP HD-4310 USB cameras specifically. See Supported Devices for Pro, Pod, and legacy SCHD for additional details.
Generally speaking, the Pod supports the use of any UVC (USB video class) cameras that provide 1280x720 resolution with 30 fps (frames per second) and MJPEG. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USB_video_device_class for more information on UVC.
The Pod, however, is smart enough to be able to detect whether the camera plugged into the USB port is compatible and will let you know if it is not.
The figure below shows a pod with one HDMI input and a USB camera connected on Channel 2 that is NOT compatible with the Pod. The video input from that device on that channel will not succeed. (In this particular case the HDMI input should succeed on that channel, however.)
When a supported USB camera is plugged in, the screen appears, with USB identified for that channel's input and not crossed out.
Items to note about using USB Cameras with the Pod
While you CAN plug two USB cameras into the back of the Pod (there are two USB ports) the Pod will only recognize one of them.
As with all capture appliances, you can capture up to two video inputs plus audio. However, you can capture audio from up to three inputs, depending on the camera capabilities and device configuration. HDMI cameras, as well as USB cameras, can capture audio if the cameras are equipped with a microphone. All audio inputs are merged on capture processing.
If channel 2 has both an HDMI and a USB camera plugged in, you must select which input you want to use; you cannot capture both on the same channel. See EchoVideo Pod FAQs and How-tos for initiating an ad hoc capture via the Pod. See Configure the EchoVideo Pod for information on device default settings for the Pod.