Fujifilm has released firmware update 1.01 for its flagship X-Pro2 mirrorless interchangeable lens camera.
Firmware update version 1.0.1 for Fujifilm X-Pro2 fixes a phenomenon that in rare cases, established customized menu settings are reset to factory default setting when the camera is turned off.
This firmware update also improves image quality when shooting in the long exposure mode. You can see the details of the new firmware update and download links below.
Fujifilm X-Pro2 firmware update 1.01 now available for download
The firmware update Ver. 1.01 from Ver.1.00 incorporates the following issues:
- 1. The Phenomenon is fixed that in rare cases, established customized menu settings are reset to factory default setting when the camera is turned off.
- 2. Improvement of image quality when shooting in the long exposure mode.
How to install Fujifilm X-Pro2 firmware update 1.01:
- Download firmware version 1.01;
- Format a memory card;
- Copy the firmware to the formatted memory card;
- Make sure that the camera’s battery is fully charged;
- Insert the memory card into the mirrorless camera;
- Turn on the device;
- Follow the on-screen instructions to install the firmware;
- Turn off the camera;
- Remove the memory card and format it in order to make sure that you will not capture photos with the firmware on it.
The X-Pro2 has been released at the beginning of March 2016 for a price of $1,699. It comes packed with a 24.3-megapixel APS-C-format X-Trans CMOS III image sensor with a maximum ISO sensitivity of 51200.
This MILC employs a hybrid viewfinder and a mechanical shutter with a top speed of 1/8000th of a second as well as a fully-electronic shutter with a top speed of 1/32000th of a second.
It is compatible with all X-mount lenses and features built-in WiFi. The shooter can record full HD videos at up to 60fps and offers two memory card slots.
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