Add the option to flip the camera (normal rather than mirror-image) to show hard copy documents the right way round
Be able to choose the camera mode so it gives you mirror image (which is the default), or flip it to 'normal' view so that if you have to make reference to a hard copy document or a whiteboard behind you, the writing isn't backwards!
Catch up to Zoom faster please
Michael Page commented
This option should be readily available within Teams as it is in other group working applications (eg, Zoom). In fact, adjustments to conference set ups should be open to users as a matter of course, even if they are buried under a couple of layers, so that people who have specific needs can tailor the application to their own requirements.
I am piping OBS output to a virtual camera. This way, a professional looking streaming experience can be achieved (think multiple cameras and screen captures modified by all sorts of filters). That filliped image is annoying.
Maybe this is me being having more experience with Unix-like systems and therefor not being used to the Microsoft way of handling thing but assuming that your default user is too dumb to realize that a webcam is not a mirror is an odd philosophy.
It's ridiculous that this does not work!
My ATEM switcher can handle multiple sources, including an external DSLR, and appear as a webcam to Teams. So, Teams mirrors the image as if it were a built-in webcam. While manageable for my own reflection, it's annoying to have to see the other sources (such as a laptop
running my PowerPoint presentation) also mirrored. Even though I know the output will be normal to the audience, I have to look at the Teams window image with mirrored PowerPoint text. It's annoying we can't turn off that 'feature' in Teams.