Konica Minolta has announced firmware updates for the five megapixel Dimage A1 and the eight megapixel A2. Version 1.1.3 (A1) and 1.1.4 increases the writing speed of the memory card and USB transfer speed. The A1 was first announced in August 2003, making it over two years old and its predecessor, the A2, was launched in February the year after. Both cameras feature an Anti-Shake CCD, whereby the CCD is stabilized, rather than the lens element, which is designed to counteract camera shake.
Konica Minolta Dimage A1 and A2 firmware update version 1.1.3 and 1.1.4
What has been changed?
- Increases the writing speed to the memory card and USB transfer speed. This updates shortens the time required for data transfer into or out of the memory card. * Effectiveness varies depending on the memory card.
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