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Fujifilm is adding macOS support to their webcam software this July

If you have a Fujifilm X-Series, it's time to ditch your FaceTime camera.
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Fujifilm made a lot of their camera owners happy with the launch of their webcam software that enabled many of their X Series cameras to be used with popular apps like Zoom and Microsoft Teams. The only thing that was missing was macOS support. While that isn't a huge issue with many Mac users already having a built-in FaceTime camera, many of those cameras aren't even HD. Fujifilm has now announced macOS support for its FUJIFILM X Webcam software, which supports cameras like the GFX line, X-H1, X-Pro 3 and 2, and the X-T 4,3, and 2 cameras. 

The new firmware will be available in mid-July.

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