New firmware has been released for the Fujifilm X-Pro2 and Leica CL cameras and the Nikkor Z 50mm f/1.8 S lens.
Fujifilm’s X-Pro2 camera gains fixes for unspecified ‘slight defects’. (Source: Fujifilm.)
Firmware version 5.01 for the Fujifilm X-Pro2 provides a fix for (unspecified) ‘slight defects’. No further details are provided. Click here to open the download page.
Leica has issued a major update for its popular Leica CL camera. Firmware version 3.1 and the related installation instructions can be found by scrolling down this page. The new firmware provides the following performance improvements:
– AF / AE lock added to FN menu
– The AF and AE lock function allows you to lock your focus or exposure settings separately as you recompose your shot.
– Manual video exposure mode added; allows users to select and change aperture while filming.
– Movable zoom position of the magnified live view in manual focus mode enables users to focus manually and compose the shot at the same time.
– Focus Peaking sensitivity added to menu provides two sensitivity modes.
– Touch AF functionality can now generally be either activated or deactivated – regardless of the preferred AF mode (excluding multi field AF and face detection).
– 10 steps of EVF Brightness adjustment added to menu.
– 4K video file size limitation has been lifted.
– A new Auto ISO setting gives priority to creating a correct exposure.
– Menu item WLAN is renamed to Leica FOTOS.
– L-Mount lenses can be updated via separate lens update file.
Firmware version 1.01 for the Nikkor Z 50mm f/1.8 S lens, delivers improved exposure consistency for photographs taken with Continuous H (extended) selected for Release mode. Click here to access the download page.
Nikon has also added support for version 1.1.5 of the iOS SnapBridge 360/170 app via Firmware version 1.3 for the KeyMission 170 camera. Click here for the download page.