Due to increased security and permissions with Mac OS 10.14 Mojave and 10.15 Catalina, you will be prompted to authorize the Zoom Desktop Client and Zoom Rooms to use the microphone, camera, and on Mac OS 10.15 Catalina, screen recording. You will also be prompted to allow the Zoom Desktop Client to allow others to remotely control your desktop. I used the C920 with a Mac and it worked perfectly to zoom, pan, tilt and adjust exposure with the Logitech software available free from the Mac App Store: 'Logitech Camera Settings' - until I upgraded to OS 10.13.1, when it stopped working. In Macs, the individual software applications that you use for each particular camera function separately controls the camera. Therefore you will not find any systemwide averages that adjust the camera. As a result, working only with what comes in the box of the Mac you bought, the o nly way to adjust the camera's field view is to move the Mac. Note: These settings only apply to Mac OS 10.14 and higher. Troubleshooting for Teams on the web If you're using Teams on the web, here is something you can do to make sure your camera and microphone are set up properly. Note: These settings only apply to Mac OS 10.14 and higher. Troubleshooting for Teams on the web If you're using Teams on the web, here is something you can do to make sure your camera and microphone are set up properly.
If there is a ding that was not there when you brought it in for service, was that fact documented when you picked up the Mac? It'll be a little difficult to prove that later - I would have certainly inspected it thoroughly in the store and brought up any problem. As for the camera, simply launch Photo Booth and take some pics. If it does not work, I'd really take it back and have a talk with them. And yes, they do need to use suction cups to remove the screen (that is the only way to access anything), but they should have cleaned the glass when finished.
Macbook Pro Camera Settings
Mac Settings For Camera
What kind of place did you take it to?