27 Apr Fujifilm releases firmware updates for X-H1, X-E3, and X100F

Source: DP Review

It looks like Fujifilm’s software engineers have been working overtime the past few weeks. Today, the company has released firmware updates for three of its X-series cameras: the brand new X-H1, as well as the older X-E3 and X100F. In all cases, the new software addresses some user-reported bugs and improves camera performance.

Version 1.20 of the XE-3 firmware is the biggest of the three and comes with the following improvements:

Support for Fujifilm X Raw Studio: camera users can now convert Raw files, including batch processing, with the free Fujifilm X Raw Studio software. Backup and restoring of camera settings via Fujifilm X Acquire: when connecting the camera to a computer via USB, photographers can now use the Fujifilm X Acquire software to backup camera settings to a file and restore them. It is also possible to copy settings from one camera to another. Compatibility with the Fujinon XC15-45mm F3.5-5.6 OIS PZ lens: when using this lens the focus ring function now switches automatically. In focus modes S and C it is used for Fine Zoom adjustment. In focus mode M it controls the manual focus. In addition the zoom position of the lens is now memorized when the camera is powered off and maintained while switching into playback mode. Improved radio flash controller operation: users can now shoot with compatible third party studio flash units in high speed sync. or TTL mode, using radio controllers. Enlarged and customizable display indicators and information: users can now enlarge indicators

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