Fujifilm recently announced its new desktop camera utility tool, called Fujifilm X Webcam, that allows users to use their high-end cameras as webcams.
At the time of launch, the tool was only supported by a very few Fujifilm cameras and was only available for Windows operating system. However, the company is about to change that by next month. Fujifilm has confirmed that they will launch the macOS version of the tool by mid-July.
Apart from this, the company has also expanded the support for the app to its X-series mirrorless cameras via a new firmware update. The company has already started rolling out the latest firmware for X-T200 and X-A7 with support for the webcam tool that will allow users to attach their mirrorless cameras via USB to use it as a webcam. After the new additions, a total of eight X-series cameras now support the tool. The support camera list includes X-H1, X-Pro2, X-Pro3, X-T2, X-T3, and X-T4. Fujifilm X Webcam tool also supports GFX cameras.
The firmware update for both the cameras can be downloaded from the support section of their listing page.
To use the cameras as a webcam, download the Fujifilm X webcam tool and install it on your computer. Now, Head to Setup menu -> Connection Settings USB Mode and then plug-in the camera via USB.
This news was originally published at timesofindia.indiatimes.com