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  1. hope is not a good basis for decision making. if you go to the Fuji x webcam website you get a compatibility chart that lists the x-s10 as "compatible" but does not spell out what that actually means. when you scroll down to the webcam 2.0 description Fuji lists only the following cameras as working with the app: Applicable models are GFX100, GFX 50S, GFX 50R, X-H1, X-Pro3, X-Pro2, X-T4, X-T3 and X-T2. This is also what Fuji service confirmed over the phone. Compatibility in practice means the following: The webcam app recognizes the x-s10 and lists the camera and the installed firmware in the
  2. great, that you are joining the discussion. I am using a AVerMedia ExtremeCap as a HDMI capture card. works well and is very mobile. using the same settings that you have. runs for hours in my zoom calls. camera gets warm but not hot. FHD with 29.97p and a dummy battery.
  3. much appreciate all the info, great! thank you x-t3 is aps-c , enjoy the holiday season, did my last teaching today in 2020, have some time to think...
  4. hmmmm, less overheating with Sony? Need the cam for longer teaching sessions and overheating is an issue. unfortunately, I bought several great Fuji lenses, so switching is costly. an x-t3 could be an option but then I have this big monster sitting over my PC screen. this is why the x-t30 or x-s10 are such missed opportunities b/c of their size and weight they could be ideal semi pro webcams. judging from how Fuji refused to enable usb streaming for the for the x-t30 I have no hope that a firmware update will expand the x-s10 capability. enjoy the world of Fuji, other than the webcam issu
  5. Thanks Joe Roxx! can confirm your analysis. had the x-t200 a few weeks ago and video was not great, if I remember correctly I also could not set focus to manual and returned it. at the moment, I am using my x-t30 with a HDMI capture card and a dummy battery. works ok but I no longer take pictures because disassembling is a hassle...;-) luxury problems, I agree.
  6. The video signal is just patched through like with the x-t200, none of the app settings work with the camera. Calling this "compatible" is misleading. The way Fuji does not just make this very clear before you buy it is really fishy....btw I could get a USB video signal in zoom. but the FHD sognal was visibly stuttering and I lost the signal randomly within a period of 10-40 sec. never got a stable video in zoom on 2 win 10 PCs and different USB cables. Returned the camera yesterday. really thinking about leaving the Fuji family, when they choose not to support webcam functionality in their ne
  7. Talked to Fuji support. they confirmed that the camera is not compatible with x webcam 2 despite their claims. I am so annoyed at Fuji after they refused to allow the x-t30 to be used over USB. and now this. I returned the camera. there are no technical reasons, these are just marketing decisions.
  8. Just got my new x-S10, updated firmware and hooked it up to my PC using the Fujifilm x Webcam 2 software and a USB cable. In zoom, the camera works as "Fujifilm X Webcam 2". However, the Fuji X webcam app does not turn on and I cannot use any of its settings such as exposure compensation or film simulation. My PC did update the .net drivers after installing the Webcam app. I also tried deinstalling and reinstalling the webcam app. No luck. Anyone has any ideas? Many thanks!
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