Fujifilm X webcam for Mac has now been released. This software allows to run all tethering capable Fujifilm cameras as a webcam (all except X-T1, as that one has too old hardware).
The compatible Fujifilm cameras are: GFX100, GFX 50S, GFX 50R, X-H1, X-Pro2, X-Pro3, X-T2, X-T3, X-T4.
You can download Fujifilm X Webcam for Mac here.
Now, Fujifilm offers two different “webcam” solutions:
- via Fujifilm X Webcam software for tethering capable X/GFX cameras
- built-in directly in camera, for X-A7 and X-T200
We have listed the differences between both solution in this article.
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.
Fujifilm continues it’s mini tutorial series, and this time, in short videos, they cover:
- understanding AF modes
- Fujifilm X webcam
- format vs delete
- slow motion video
- exposure preview in manual mode
As a little bonus, the Fuji Guys give tips on how to elevate your story telling.
Short and to the point. Nice!
- Join our User Groups: Fujifilm X-T, GFX, X-H, X-Pro, X-E and X100 line
- Top Facebook Pages: Fujifilm X-T, Fujifilm X-H and Fujifilm GFX
Mini Tutorial Videos
When Fujifilm released the new Fujifilm X Webcam software many Fujifilm X shooter rightfully rejoiced. However, there were two main complaints in the comments:
- it does not run on MAC (free workaround here)
- it does not run with OBS
In the video below (start at 5:30) Fenix Tech shows a “hacky solution” on how to use your Fujifilm camera as a webcam with OBS.
I did a 2.5 hour stream and the battery only lost 33-50%
Check out the video below to see how to set it up.