Canon released a new version of their EOS Webcam Utility. The EOS Webcam Utillity allows you to use your Canon DSLR or MILC as a webcam.
To download the full production version of the EOS Webcam Utility software for Windows and learn how to use it, visit https://www.usa.canon.com/support/eoswebcamutility. If you have previously downloaded the EOS Webcam Utility Beta version, please make sure to uninstall it prior to installation of the full production version.
Canon press release:
Direct from Canon Customers, The Next Chapter in the EOS Webcam Utility Software Story has Arrived with the Launch of the Full Production Version for Windows
New Version Adds More Compatible Canon EOS Cameras to the Solution and Expands to Global Usage
MELVILLE, NY, September 16, 2020 – It has been a whirlwind the last few months in the world of EOS Webcam Utility software. With over 700,000 downloads after launching the beta version of the software in April, Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, has helped people stay connected with high quality video for communication with ease of use. And today, the company unveils the full production version of the EOS Webcam Utility software for Windows. The full production version expands to include additional compatible EOS Interchangeable Lens Cameras (ILC) such as the new EOS R5 and EOS R6 cameras. In addition, the new software will be available worldwide and available for download directly from the Canon website in each region.
A common thread and conversation throughout the beta software forums was the compatibility of camera models. Many customers were excited to experience the beta version of EOS Webcam Utility software and wanted the list of 25 cameras that were compatible to be more extensive. In true Canon fashion – those voices have been heard loud and clear – now, a total of 42 EOS ILC and PowerShot cameras are compatible with the full production software, including the new EOS R5 and EOS R6 cameras. The complete list of compatible cameras includes:
|EOS 6D||EOS Rebel T7i||EOS Rebel T6||EOS M6 Mark II|
|EOS 7D Mark II||EOS Rebel T6s||EOS Rebel T5||EOS M50|
|EOS-1D X||EOS 7D||EOS Rebel T6i||EOS Rebel T3||EOS M200|
|EOS-1D C||EOS 90D||EOS Rebel T5i||EOS Rebel T100||PowerShot G5X Mark II|
|EOS 5DS R||EOS 80D||EOS Rebel T3i||EOS R5||PowerShot G7X Mark III|
|EOS 5DS||EOS 77D||EOS Rebel SL3||EOS R6||PowerShot SX70 HS|
|EOS 5D Mark IV||EOS 70D||EOS Rebel SL2||EOS Ra|
|EOS 5D Mark III||EOS 60D||EOS Rebel SL1||EOS R|
|EOS 6D Mark II||EOS Rebel T8i||EOS Rebel T7||EOS RP|
Another common conversation theme within the beta software forums was compatibility with third-party applications. As of announcement day, the new production version of the software has been tested* with various video conferencing applications** as well as streaming applications including:
|Discord||Microsoft Teams||YouTube Live|
|Facebook Live||Open Broadcaster Software®️||Zoom|
Moreover, customers have desired to record a high-quality video file onto the memory card in their camera while video conferencing or streaming, and we listened. This can now be achieved*** by simply pressing the record button on the camera and not through the software.