Canon’s EOS Webcam Utility out of beta on Windows, now supports more programs, cameras

Canon has announced its EOS Webcam Utility is now out of beta for Windows, bringing improved support and additional compatibility with more Canon cameras.

Originally released in beta for Windows, Canon’s EOS Webcam Utility is now an official release. In addition to supporting more livestreaming, messaging and video conferencing programs, the official release also adds support for more cameras, ensuring more than 40 Canon camera models can be used as webcams over USB and Wi-Fi (with compatible cameras).

Below is a list of the programs that will now work with EOS Webcam Utility for Windows:

  • Cisco Webex®
  • Messenger
  • Streamlabs
  • Discord
  • Microsoft Teams
  • YouTube Live
  • LIVE Facebook Live
  • Open Broadcaster Software
  • ZOOM
  • Hangouts
  • Skype
  • Hangouts Meet
  • Slack

As for cameras, below is a list of the models that are currently supported by the official release:

EOS Digital Cameras

  • EOS-1D C*
  • EOS-1D X*
  • EOS-1D X Mark II
  • EOS-1D X Mark IlI
  • EOS 5D Mark III*
  • EOS 5D Mark IV
  • EOS 5DS
  • EOS 5DS R
  • EOS 6D *
  • EOS 6D Mark I **
  • EOS 60D *
  • EOS 7D *
  • EOS 7D Mark I1
  • EOS 70D *
  • EOS 77D**
  • EOS 80D **
  • EOS 90D **
  • EOS M200 ***
  • EOS M50 **
  • EOS M6 Mark II **
  • EOS R
  • EOS R5*
  • EOS R6 ***
  • EOS Ra*
  • EOS Rebel SL1*
  • EOS Rebel SL2 **
  • EOS Rebel SL3 **
  • EOS Rebel T3*
  • EOS Rebel T3i*
  • EOS Rebel T5*
  • EOS Rebel T5i*
  • EOS Rebel T6
  • EOS Rebel T6i
  • EOS Rebel T6s *
  • EOS Rebel T7 **
  • EOS Rebel T7i **
  • EOS Rebel T8i***
  • EOS Rebel T100 **
  • EOS RP **

PowerShot Cameras:

  • PowerShot G5X Mark II **
  • PowerShot G7X Mark Ill **
  • PowerShot SX70 HS

* Recently added camera
** USB not included with camera

You can find installation instructions and a link to download the EOS Webcam Utility Official Release for Windows on Canon’s website.

Canon has announced its EOS Webcam Utility is now out of beta for Windows, bringing improved support and additional compatibility with more Canon cameras.
Originally released in beta for Windows, Canon’s EOS Webcam Utility is now an official release. In addition to supporting more livestreaming, messaging and video conferencing programs, the official release also adds support for more cameras, ensuring more than 40 Canon camera models can be used as webcams over USB and Wi-Fi (with compatible cameras).

Below is a list of the programs that will now work with EOS Webcam Utility for Windows:

Cisco Webex®
Messenger
Streamlabs
Discord
Microsoft Teams
YouTube Live
LIVE Facebook Live
Open Broadcaster Software
ZOOM
Hangouts
Skype
Hangouts Meet
Slack

As for cameras, below is a list of the models that are currently supported by the official release:
EOS Digital Cameras

EOS-1D C*
EOS-1D X*
EOS-1D X Mark II
EOS-1D X Mark IlI
EOS 5D Mark III*
EOS 5D Mark IV
EOS 5DS
EOS 5DS R
EOS 6D *
EOS 6D Mark I **
EOS 60D *
EOS 7D *
EOS 7D Mark I1
EOS 70D *
EOS 77D**
EOS 80D **
EOS 90D **
EOS M200 ***
EOS M50 **
EOS M6 Mark II **
EOS R
EOS R5*
EOS R6 ***
EOS Ra*
EOS Rebel SL1*
EOS Rebel SL2 **
EOS Rebel SL3 **
EOS Rebel T3*
EOS Rebel T3i*
EOS Rebel T5*
EOS Rebel T5i*
EOS Rebel T6
EOS Rebel T6i
EOS Rebel T6s *
EOS Rebel T7 **
EOS Rebel T7i **
EOS Rebel T8i***
EOS Rebel T100 **
EOS RP **

PowerShot Cameras:

PowerShot G5X Mark II **
PowerShot G7X Mark Ill **
PowerShot SX70 HS

* Recently added camera** USB not included with camera
You can find installation instructions and a link to download the EOS Webcam Utility Official Release for Windows on Canon’s website.Read MoreArticles: Digital Photography Review (dpreview.com)

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