Recently Fujifilm launched the new Fujifilm X webcam software to allow you to run some Fujifilm cameras as a webcam.
The software is available only for Windows, but as Fuji Guy Billy said in his X-T200 and X-A7 firmware video here, that the Fujifilm X webcam will be available for Mac in mid July, too. Fujifilm has also issued a press release you can read below.
To our customers,
FUJIFILM Corporation (President: Kenji Sukeno) is pleased to offer, from today, free firmware updates for the FUJIFILM X-A7 (“X-A7”) and the FUJIFILM X-T200 (“X-T200”). The new firmware will make it possible for you to use your X-A7 or X-T200 as a webcam for your online meeting by connecting the camera to your computer*1 via USB. These cameras offer a dramatic improvement compared to normal webcams, taking your online meeting to a new level of image quality.
Furthermore, based on the overwhelming response from our customers when we released FUJIFILM X Webcam for PC, we are pleased to announce, development of FUJIFILM X Webcam for macOS computers. The macOS version is due to be released in mid-July 2020.
Fujifilm continues to incorporate user feedback and requests to improve the performance of its digital cameras so that our customers can use them for many years to come and invest in the system with peace of mind.
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