Fujifilm And GoPro Launches Webcam Software For Mac

In May of this year, Fujifilm launched the Fujifilm X Webcam software on the Windows platform, allowing users to use the X series and GFX series mirrorless cameras as ultra-high-quality webcams, and also take full advantage of Fuji's exclusive film mode.

Now, the Mac version of this software is now available, allowing users to use Fuji mirrorless cameras as cameras on Mac machines.

Fuji X-T200, X-A7, X-H1, X-Pro2, X-Pro3, X-T2, X-T3, and X-T4 series APS-C mirrorless cameras and three GFX series cameras are compatible with macOS.

One thing that Mac users need to pay attention to is that Fuji only compatible with Zoom, Teams, and Skype, and video conferencing via Chrome or Microsoft’s new Chrome-based Edge, which may not be available on Safari.

In addition to Fujifilm, GoPro also joined the list of camera manufacturers allow their hardware to be used as webcams. With the new version of the GoPro webcam software, GoPro Hero 8 Black users can now use their device as a 1080p wide-angle camera for Mac.

Users can use the software and USB-C cable to connect Hero 8 Black to your Mac computer. It supports Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, Discord, and Bluejeans. You can also use Webex, Skype, and Chrome browsers. Facebook Rooms, Messenger, and Slack. Finally, the Hero 8 Black webcam can also be used for live streaming on YouTube and recording new movies with QuickTime.

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