Fujifilm released its software in May of this year that turned X series and GFX digital cameras into webcams. However, it was available only on Windows.
Today, the Japanese imaging company announced that its Fujifilm X webcam software is rolling out to macOS computers. The software tool supports macOS 10.12 (Sierra) up to macOS10.15 (Catalina). Compatible camera models include the GFX100, GFX 50S, GFX 50R, X-H1, X-Pro2, X-Pro3, X-T2, X-T3, and X-T4.
Like its Windows installation process, the software's macOS version requires that you install the app (available to download here) and connect your camera to a MacBook via a USB cable. Then, choose your X series or GFX camera as a webcam for various videoconferencing apps like Google Meet, Skype, Zoom, Messenger Rooms, and Microsoft Teams.
Fujifilm's webcam software release follows Canon's similar move in April of this year when it launched the EOS Webcam Utility Beta software. And in case you need help setting up your Canon DSLR camera as a webcam, you may want to check out our guide.