Nikon has released the final version of the utility for turning cameras into webcams, including for macOS

Nikon has released the final version of the utility for turning cameras into webcams, including for macOS


Nikon has released the first final version of its free utility for converting cameras into webcams on macOS and Windows computers.

Back in July, Nikon announced that it was working on a Webcam utility that would turn some Nikon cameras into webcams compatible with video conferencing and streaming software. In August, it fulfilled that promise by releasing a beta version of the utility for Windows 10 users. Nikon confirmed that a macOS version is on its way, but has not released it to the public until now.

In addition to presenting the first final build of the application for Windows 10 users, Webcam Utility Software version 1.0.0 is also available for computers running macOS.

As with previous versions of the software, all that is required is a compatible Nikon camera, a USB cable to connect the device to a computer, and a video conferencing or streaming application that supports external webcams such as Facebook Messenger, Google Meet, Skype, Zoom. , OBS and so on. Here is a complete list of compatible cameras:

  • Z7;
  • Z6;
  • Z5;
  • Z50;
  • D6;
  • D850;
  • D780;
  • D500;
  • D7500;
  • D5600.

Users can download Nikon Webcam Utility version 1.0.0 for macOS and Windows 10 computers from the Nikon website. More information and a complete list of compatibility notes can also be found on the official page.

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