In addition to fixing a few bugs, firmware version 3.00 for the FP adds new support and features found on the new FP-L camera.
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Panasonic has added 5.9K Raw video output to its Lumix DC-S1H full-frame mirrorless stills/video camera, allowing the recording of ProRes RAW with an Atomos Ninja V recorder.
Chris and Jordan test the Canon EOS R with new v1.4 firmware to see how much it improves autofocus. TL;DR – if you use eye-AF, you'll want this update.
Firmware version 1.30 adds a number of new customizability settings and addresses a number of issues present in past firmware versions.
As it did for the a7R III, a7 III and a6400, Sony has added Animal Eye AF, interval shooting and more to the a9 via firmware update.
The paid firmware update doubles the range for remote cameras/flash units and brings a number of additional features.
It's an extremely minor firmware update, but it's better to be safe than sorry. The last thing you want is to have to stop mid-shot in the field to address a little software glitch.
Ricoh has released the latest firmware update for its GR III camera, bringing with it a few new features and overall stability improvements.
Don't expect any new features or functionality. These updates are simply to improve the overall stability of eight Sony camera systems.
Sony has released firmware version 5.0 for its flagship mirrorless camera, the a9. The update brings AI-driven autofocus modes, an improved menu structure and other updates.
As promised, Sony has delivered an incremental firmware upgrade for its a7 III and a7R III mirrorless cameras that fixes issues found in firmware version 2.0
A firmware update for several Olympus cameras fixes an AF-malfunction that can occur with the Panasonic Leica DG Elmarit 200mm F2.8 POWER OIS and Leica DG Vario-Elmarit 50-200mm F2.8-4 POWER OIS lenses.
Fujifilm says firmware updates for its GFX 50S, X-T3, and X-H1 cameras are around the corner, with plenty of new features and functionality to boot.
'Recall shooting functions' lets you recall previously saved exposure settings (including shutter speed and aperture) by simply pressing and holding specific controls. The function is designed to allow for quick shooting parameter changes in variable light conditions.
Fujifilm has been forced to roll back the much-anticipated firmware update v4.0 for the X-T2 released last week due to "malfunctions." Firmware updates for the GFX 50S, X-H1 and X-Pro2 planned for this month have also been delayed as a result.
Fujifilm has released a massive firmware update for the X-T2. Version 4.0 brings nine new features in all, including internal F-Log recording, 120fps 1080p video capture, focus bracketing, improved AF performance, and more.
Hasselblad firmware version 1.21.0 for the X1D and H6D models introduces a white balance sampler tool, audio notifications, tethered image support, the option to zoom in to 100% with a single button press when reviewing captured images, and more to both models, in addition to a few model-exclusive updates.
The new firmware versions offer improved software support and customizability, as well as bug fixes for the brand new Fujifilm X-H1, as well as the older Fuji X-A3 and X100F.
The first firmware update for the Sony a7 III addresses an issue in video mode wherein "blinking pixels" would show up along the base of footage recorded with certain settings.
The free firmware update allows users of the Atomos Shogun Inferno and Sumo19 to begin recording in both ProRes RAW and ProRes RAW HQ right away using any of the nine supported cinema cameras from Panasonic, Sony, and Canon.
Hassleblad has released a firmware update for both the X1D and H6D that adds useful and user-friendly features like touch-pad AF to the X1D, and V System lens support (through an adapter) to the H6D.