Fujifilm has released a firmware update for the FinePix F900EXR, the camera which features the world’s fastest autofocus system launched earlier in 2013.
Fujifilm FinePix F900EXR has been announced in late January 2013. It is natural that some bugs have slipped by the testers prior to its launch therefore the company has opted to launch a firmware update to fix some of the problems.
The Japan-based company has released the firmware update 1.01 for the shooter, in order to repair a couple of issues, which have been troubling the users since the beginning.
Fujifilm F900EXR firmware update 1.01 changes when compared to the previous version
The Fujifilm F900EXR firmware update 1.01 changelog says that the brightness of the display could have changed when zooming-in and zooming-out repeatedly. This occurred when the camera was in live view mode and was relatively easy to reproduce.
Additionally, the Motion Panorama scene is now better, as object disconnections are no longer visible. Previously, the vertical panoramas displayed some disconnections which were not supposed to be there, but everything should be fine from now on.
Fujifilm FinePix F900EXR firmware update 1.01 download link
Fujifilm has also provided a download link
However, it does not really matter what operating system the photographer is using, since the file will have to be copied on a formatted SD card. Additionally, users should remember to fully charge the battery before the installation.
Fujifilm F900EXR compact camera specs
The Fujifilm FinePix F900EXR features a 16-megapixel EXR-CMOS II image sensor, Fujinon 25-500mm lens, Phase Detection AF system, 1.1-second boot time, continuous shooting mode of up to 11 frames per second, 1920 x 1080 at 60fps video recording, WiFi, and RAW image file support.
Fuji says that the compact camera is packing the fastest autofocus system in the world, which is possible thanks to the aforementioned phase detection technology.
The shooter is available at Amazon for a price of $399 in limited quantities.