With social isolation measures being extended due to the new coronavirus pandemic in the world, several companies continue to work in a home office regime, so more and more people need to hold remote meetings and, for this, videoconferences are increasingly necessary. , through apps like Meet, Zoom, Skype, etc.
However, for many notebooks or even webcams that are sold separately, the quality of the camera is not as good as the images offered by a professional camera, for example.
And that is why Fujifilm, one of the largest companies operating in the image and information segment, is launching an application, exclusive for Windows, that turns the company’s professional X and GFX series cameras into a webcam, to be used in videoconferencing applications.
With that, the company follows the same line as Canon, which also released, last month, the use of its EOS cameras as a webcam.
To make this “transition”, Fujifilm launched the Camera X Webcam application. With it, nine models from the X and GFX line can be used as a webcam on a desktop or notebook. Compatible models are GFX100, GFX 50S, GFX 50R, X-H1, X-Pro3, X-Pro2, X-T4, X-T3 and X-T2.
To download the application for Windows, just access the company’s official website at this link. So far there is no information about the availability of the application for macOS, so macbook users still need to look for third party applications that can offer this functionality, but without warranty and company compatibility.