Back in May, Fujifilm released the X Webcam software, a free software solution that allowed their X Series APS-C mirrorless cameras and GFX System medium-format mirrorless cameras to be used as a webcam for web-conferencing. This was then only PC-based (requires Windows 10), and there was no no indication at that time whether a macOS version was in the works. Then, in June, Fujifilm revealed that it is developing a macOS version of the FUJIFILM X Webxcam, due to be released in mid-July 2020.
As promised, and a bit earlier, Fujifilm has now published its macOS version of the X Webcam software.
FUJIFILM X Webcam software now also available for macOS
July 9th 2020
To our customers,
FUJIFILM Corporation (President: Kenji Sukeno) will start offering the macOS*1 version of FUJIFILM X Webcam software: a solution that can turn X Series and GFX System digital cameras into webcams on Mac computers. This will help cater for the growing need for web-conferencing products.
Users will be able to install the software on any Mac computers*2, and by using a USB cable to connect the computer with a supported camera, can create a web-conferencing environment with much higher image quality. The enhanced quality of our digital cameras compared to built-in webcams will improve your web conference with help from advanced functions such as the Film Simulation modes, which delivers Fujifilm’s unique color profiles.
*1 Supported OS versions are macOS 10.12(Sierra) – macOS10.15(Catalina)
*2 Mac and macOS are trademarks of Apple inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
About “FUJIFILM X Webcam”
Models compatible with the FUJIFILM X Webcam
GFX100, GFX 50S, GFX 50R, X-H1, X-Pro2, X-Pro3, X-T2, X-T3, X-T4