Firmware updates for certain cameras manufactured by Canon, Nikon and Olympus are available for downloading from each manufacturer’s website.
Canon has released a firmware update for its Cinema EOS C300 movie camera, applicable to models that have been upgraded to support Dual Pixel CMOS AF. Firmware Version 18.104.22.168.00 fixes a phenomenon in which the EOS C300 with the Dual Pixel CMOS AF feature activated and running Firmware Version 22.214.171.124.00 won’t display the following when set to continuous AF. It can be downloaded from http://support-au.canon.com.au/contents/AU/EN/0400241602.html.
Nikon has released Firmware Version C:1.01 for its D3300, D5300 and D5500 DSLR cameras, adding support for the AF-P DX Nikkor 18″“55″‹mm f/3.5″“5.6G VR and AF-P DX Nikkor 18″“55″‹mm f/3.5″“5.6G lenses, along with a new Optical VR function in the shooting menu that enables users to control the VR function in the VR-enabled lens. Other ‘bugs’ specific to each camera have also been fixed. The new firmware can be downloaded from the Nikon Download Centre at http://downloadcenter.nikonimglib.com/en/index.html.
Olympus’s firmware release applies to its OM-D E-M5, E-M10 and E-M10 Mark II cameras as well as the PEN E-P5 and E-PL7. As well as adding compatibility with the Windows 10 operating system, it provides support for Olympus lenses with built-in image stabilisation, like the new 300mm f/4 PRO lens. Five-axis sync IS, which was provided in the latest E-M1 and E-M5 Mark II firmware to enable the lens and body stabilisation systems to be combined, is not included in this update. Visit http://www.olympus.com.au/Support/Drivers-and-Downloads/Firmware-and-Drivers to download the new firmware and the Digital Camera Updater app required to install it.