Adapting to the new normal, Sony has given its users the option to use their own Sony cameras as webcams to look extra stunning and professional in their video calls or meetings. The app that made this possible, Imaging Edge Webcam, was initially released just for PC but the company has announced that they now have a version for Macs coming this fall.
Users need only to connect their compatible cameras through a USB cable and use the Imaging Edge app to activate the camera. Using a Sony camera also grants the app some of the features available on the specific model. Along with the new version for Macs, the Windows app will also receive an update. And, just like before, it’s all accessible for free.
Interested users can head here to download the app here but you’ll have to have a compatible Sony camera to use it. Compatible models include the Alpha 9 II, Alpha 9, Alpha 7R IV, Alpha 7R III, Alpha 7R II, Alpha 7S II, Alpha 7S, Alpha 7 III, Alpha 7 II, Alpha 6600, Alpha 6400, Alpha 6100, RX100 VII, RX100 VI, RX0 II, RX0, Digital Camera ZV-1, Alpha 7S III and more. Sony has provided a full list of compatible cameras on their website.