Sony has announced the release of a macOS version of its Imaging Edge Webcam utility as well as an update for the Windows version.

Back in August, Sony followed in the footsteps of other manufacturers with the announcement of Imaging Edge Webcam, a utility that turned three dozen Sony cameras into webcams without the need of a capture card. At the time, the utility was Windows-only, but it’s now available for macOS.

Much like the Windows version, the macOS version (1.0) makes it easy to turn one of the following Sony camera systems into a dedicated webcam by simply connecting it over USB:

α: E-mount(ILCE-)

  • ILCE-7M2
  • ILCE-7M3
  • ILCE-7RM2
  • ILCE-7RM3
  • ILCE-7RM4
  • ILCE-7S
  • ILCE-7SM2
  • ILCE-7SM3
  • ILCE-9
  • ILCE-9M2
  • ILCE-5100
  • ILCE-6100
  • ILCE-6300
  • ILCE-6400
  • ILCE-6500
  • ILCE-6600

α: A-mount(ILCA-)

  • ILCA-77M2
  • ILCA-99M2
  • ILCA-68

Digital Still Camera(DSC-/Vlog camera)

  • DSC-HX95
  • DSC-HX99
  • DSC-RX0
  • DSC-RX0M2
  • DSC-RX100M4
  • DSC-RX100M5
  • DSC-RX100M5A
  • DSC-RX100M6
  • DSC-RX100M7
  • DSC-RX10M2
  • DSC-RX10M3
  • DSC-RX10M4
  • DSC-RX1RM2
  • DSC-WX700
  • DSC-WX800
  • ZV-1

The Windows version has also received a 1.1 update. No specific changes were mentioned, but it’s safe to assume there were a number of bugs dealt with.

You can download both the macOS (1.0) and Windows (1.1) versions of Imaging Edge Webcam from Sony’s website.