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After a brief one-week hiatus, Firmware Friday returns in style this week. Since it's such a biggie, we'll keep this preamble brief. In all, there are around two dozen cameras, video cameras, lenses and accessories receiving updates in the past fortnight, with manufacturers on the list including Canon, Fujifilm, Panasonic, Ricoh, Sigma and Sony. Let's get right down to what's ne
After an action-packed June with dozens of updates from most of the main camera brands, our first Firmware Friday roundup for July arrives as a rather more compact affair. This week, we only have news of three still cameras and three video cameras either receiving new updates in the past seven days, or slated to do so imminently. If you're a Nikon, Panasonic or Ricoh shooter, you'll wan
This week's Firmware Friday roundup is a biggie, bringing news of firmware and software updates from no less than seven manufacturers in all. If you're shooting Canon, Fujifilm, Leica, Olympus, Panasonic, Ricoh or Sony gear, you'll want to read on for the full story below to find out what's new. Since there's a lot to discuss this week, we're going to keep the intros very
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Our Firmware Friday roundup this week is mostly a tale of one company, as Canon dominates proceedings with no less than five video cameras and four reference displays either receiving new firmware in the past seven days, or slated to do so shortly. If you're not a Canon shooter, you may want to read on regardless, though, for news of firmware and software from Fujifilm, Sigma and Sony as well
Our Firmware Friday roundup returns bringing news this week from three companies: Fujifilm, Nikon and Sigma. There are a fair few cameras in the mix, including both the Fuji X-H1 and T2, several of Nikon's Coolpix A-series cameras and the W300, plus three Nikon DSLRs. (That's the D610, D810 and Df, if you were wondering.) And courtesy of Sigma, there are also numerous lenses, a couple of
This week's Firmware Friday roundup is a pretty lengthy one, encompassing eight pro-oriented Canon video cameras and four of the company's reference displays, plus eight Nikon DSLRs and two Coolpix long-zooms, Panasonic's Live Production Center accessory and the Ricoh Theta V 360-degree spherical panoramic camera. Without any further ado, let's get right down to the roundup!
Our Firmware Friday roundup for this week brings with it good news for Fuji fans who've been patiently waiting on updates for several models since the version 4.0 release for the Fuji X-T2 had to be withdrawn some weeks back. It also offers up news of several major firmware releases from Panasonic, and of new features for several Sony action cameras, as well. Let's get right down to it!
Firmware Friday has arrived once more, and this week we bring news from Nikon, Olympus, Ricoh / Pentax, Panasonic, Sigma and Sony. The majority of the changes made by all of these companies are bug fixes this time around, but a few tweaked features can be found amongst the mix, as well. Without any further ado, let's get right down to it! We'll start off this week with the cameras, then
Firmware Friday has been on a brief hiatus the last couple of weeks, but it returns in style this week with news from almost all of the main players in the camera market. Canon, Fujifilm, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Ricoh and Sony are all represented in this roundup, which covers everything released in the last three weeks. (And so, brings you right back up to date if you're a regular follower


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