What you need to know
- Sony has released its Imaging Edge Webcam software for the Mac.
- The software allows you to use your Sony camera as a webcam.
- It is limited to certain models, so check to ensure your camera is compatible.
Reported by MacRumors, Sony is jumping on board and enabling its customers to use their cameras as high-quality webcams for the Mac. Today, the company released its Imaging Edge Webcam software for the Mac, allowing Mac users to upgrade from the lackluster quality of the built-in webcam to the high-quality video achieved by one of Sony's cameras.
Sony had promised the software back in August, so it appears it has made good on that promise. Multiple of its camera models will work with the software, including its E-mount, A-mount, and DSC cameras.
Sony notes that the software is only compatible with Macs running macOS High Sierra, macOS Mojave, and macOS Catalina. It is not clear if it will immediately support macOS Big Sur when it launches sometime this fall.
You can check out which camera models are supported and download the Imagine Edge Webcam software on Sony's website.
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