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Fujifilm's webcam software is now available on Macs

It works with 11 models ranging from the X-A7 to the GFX 100.
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July 9, 2020
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Fujifilm has released its macOS webcam tool
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When Fujifilm released software that transformed X-series and GFX cameras into very fancy webcams, it only worked on Windows PCs and not Macs. Later on, the company said it would rectify that quickly by releasing a macOS version sometime in mid-July. That time has now come, as Fujifilm has now dropped the X Webcam tool for macOS.

As before, you just need to install the app and connect your camera to a Mac via a USB cable, with no fancy capture cards needed. From there, you can select your camera as a webcam for numerous video chat apps like Zoom, Skype and Microsoft Teams (for more information on how to set it up, check our guide).

It works with eight X-series models, the X-T200, X-A7, X-H1, X-Pro2, X-Pro3, X-T2, X-T3, and the X-T4. You can even use it with three medium-format models, the GFX 100, GFX 50S and GFX 50R. You can download it now for free at Fujifilm’s global site.

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