Sony has released a new firmware update for the Sony A6300 camera. Firmware update v1.10 for Sony A6300 improves stability in picture shooting mode by optimizing temperature control. Details can be found below.
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Sony A6300 Firmware Update Version 1.10 Details
This utility updates the ILCE-6300 camera firmware to version 1.10 and provides the following benefits:
- Improves overall stability and operability of the camera
- Improves stability in picture shooting mode by optimizing temperature control (effects vary according to temperature)
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