As recently-promised, Fujifilm has released firmware update 1.01 for the X-Pro2 mirrorless camera. The new firmware version is available for download for all users and the company recommends everyone to install it as soon as possible in order to fix an annoying bug and to improve image quality in long-exposure mode.
Panasonic has confirmed some recent rumors by announcing that the Lumix GH4 camera will receive V-Log support via a special firmware update kit. The Panasonic Lumix GH4 V-Log upgrade kit will be paid, as rumored, and will become available for videographers using this mirrorless camera as of mid-September 2015.
It is firmware day for photographers using Nikon gear. The Japan-based company has released new updates for a couple of its fixed-lens cameras. The Nikon Coolpix P900 firmware update 1.2 is here to fix a couple of issues for the users, while the Coolpix S6700 has also received a new firmware to fix one problem.
If you are a Fujifilm X-T1 owner, then you will be pleased to hear that the company has announced the firmware version 4.0 for both the X-T1 and the X-T1 Graphite Silver Edition. The Fujifilm X-T1 firmware update 4.0 will comes packed with a few autofocus improvements and other new functions at the end of June 2015.
The current flagship EOS camera with an APS-C sensor was launched at Photokina 2014. However, it is not all roses for Canon, as some users have reported that the EOS 7D Mark II is having focus issues. Either way, it seems like these problems will be gone soon, as a Canon 7D Mark II firmware update will be released next week.
Canon has released new firmware updates for two of its DSLR cameras that are rumored to be replaced by the end of 2015. Both the Canon 1D X firmware update 2.0.7 and Canon 5D Mark III firmware update 1.3.3 are available for download right now. The new versions come packed with a few bug fixes and improvements.
DJI has announced that its Phantom 2-series quadcopters will receive a firmware update in the near future. The new firmware version will prevent DJI drones from flying over downtown Washington, DC in an attempt to make sure that a recent incident, involving a DJI drone crash on the White House lawn, will not happen again.
Panasonic has released a couple of firmware updates for two of its products aimed at professional videographers. Both the Panasonic GH4 firmware update 2.1 and the YAGH firmware update 1.1 can be downloaded right now with a few changes meant to add some features that will improve the users’ experience.
Samsung has launched a new firmware version for its flagship NX-mount mirrorless camera. A myriad of improvements have been made to the shooter’s movie mode and physical interface. The Samsung NX1 firmware update 1.2 can be downloaded and can be installed by the camera’s users right now!
Sony has issued a new firmware version for the newly-released A7II E-mount full frame mirrorless camera. The company promises that the Sony A7II firmware update 1.10 will bring a few improvements to the mirrorless shooter, allowing its image stabilization system to perform better in certain scenarios.
Panasonic has released a new firmware for the GH4 mirrorless camera, which is capable of recording 4K videos. The new Panasonic GH4 firmware update 2.0 is available as a free download right now and it brings 4K Photo mode to the Micro Four Thirds shooter. The full changelog and download links are available right here, right now!
Olympus is keeping itself busy at the Photokina 2014 event, as the company has just announced a Silver version of the flagship OM-D E-M1 camera. The Silver Olympus E-M1 has been unveiled along with firmware version 2.0, an update which will bring many features to both the Silver and Black models in late September.
Fujifilm has announced a new version of the X-T1 mirrorless camera. The Fujifilm X-T1 Graphite Silver edition is now official with a few improvements over the Black version. However, a firmware update, on track for a December 2014 release date, will bring all these features and many others to the Black model of the Fujifilm X-T1.
Olympus is preparing to make several announcements in the near future, including the long-rumored PEN E-PL7. Right before the huge August 30 event, the first Silver Olympus E-M1 photo has been leaked on the web. Additionally, a sources is claiming that a firmware update will be released soon and will bring 4K video recording to the E-M1.
The recently-announced Android L has received positive early reviews from users and developers alike. Google has unveiled this new update at the Google I/O conference and will release it later this year. Meanwhile, the developer preview documentation is available and it has revealed that the Android devices will support RAW DNG files soon.