Fujifilm has released firmware updates for its X-T100 and X-A5 cameras, adding new features and providing several bug fixes.

Firmware version 1.10 for the X-T100 and firmware version 1.20 for the X-A5 add two new Advanced Filters: Rich & Fine and Monochrome [NIR]. The Rich & Fine filter is designed to increase colour saturation and add slight vignette and is targeted towards for food and still life photography. The ‘Monochrome [NIR]’ filter simulates the look of  near-infrared photography through selective toning. Both cameras also gain a SQUARE MODE, which enables users to switch to 1:1 format with a single flick on the touchscreen. It provides better compatibility with social media networks that have standardised on the 1:1 format. Both cameras also benefit from improved autofocus accuracy in AF-C mode when the shutter is half-pressed as well as a fix for a bug that caused the  highlight warning to appear in the Info display. Other ‘slight defects’ have been addressed in both cameras.

The  X-T100 gains an additional fix making initial ISO  setting change to AUTO when switching between P, S, A, M and Adv. modes. There is also a fix for a bug that could shift the AF frame in the navigation window in the EVF from the set position when enlarging the focus position display.

The new firmware for each camera can be downloaded from Fujifilm’s support pages here.