As expected, the FUJIFILM today officially launched its webcam software for macOS. Like FUJIFILM X Webcam, you can connect branded cameras and use them as high quality webcams on Macs / PCs.
FUJIFILM has also added two new cameras to the list of compatible versions, with models X-T200 and X-A7 now supported by the software – in addition to models X-H1, X-Pro2, X-Pro3, X-T2, X-T3 and X-T4 previously promised. The FUJIFILM X Webcam also works with all three GFX cameras.
According to the company, the software is compatible with browsers Chrome and Edge, with support for the following platforms: Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, zoom, Skype and Messenger Rooms. In addition, macOS Sierra 10.12 or later must be installed.
The launch for macOS comes after a “positively overwhelming response” from FUJIFILM customers with the version made available for Windows last May. In addition to the Japanese manufacturer, Canon and the Panasonic have also developed software that adds the webcam function to their cameras – which are connected via a USB cable and provide a clearer picture for video calls.
The FUJIFILM X Webcam can be downloaded free of charge from the manufacturer’s global website.
via The Verge