Fujifilm also provides a free tool to allow X series and GFX cameras to be used as webcams. Correctly read - from today it is possible to put yourself in the limelight during web conferences via zoom & co. with a high-end medium format camera such as the GFX100 (recommended retail price of 10,999 euros). But also the quite popular X-T2/T3 and the new T4 get the extended functionality.
The "FUJIFILM X Webcam" software required for these cameras, however, can -- like the corresponding webcam tool from Canon -- only be downloaded and installed for PCs. After a restart, a supported camera (see list) is automatically detected when connected via USB. No changes have to be made to the cameras themselves.
However, some settings cannot be changed while the camera is connected to the computer. Desired settings would have to be set beforehand and then remain unchanged. What else needs to be considered during configuration can be found at see this manual.
The following Fujifilm cameras are supported:
medium format: GFX100, GFX 50S, GFX 50R
X series>/strong>: X-H1, X-Pro2, X-Pro3, X-T2, X-T3, X-T4
If you want to use Fuji cameras on an Apple as a webcam, you still have to rely on a rather cumbersome "hack" using Apple&s development environment X-Code, which requires some scripting skills.