Olympus releases E-M1 firmware version 4.3 update

Olympus releases E-M1 firmware version 4.3 update

Olympus released a the new E-M1 firmware version 4.3 update. The new version fixes with the bugs found on the 4.2 firmware.

We recommend Micro Four Thirds users to skip the 4.2 and update from 4.1 to 4.3. Moving directly to E-M1 firmware version 4.3 is a straight forward solution to bypass the previous bugs.

If you would like to know the changes see below. The camera had bugs with HDR shooting, Focus Stacking, hand-held starlight, or keystone composition while record view is set to Off. 

Olympus E-M1 firmware version 4.3 update details

Olympus releases E-M1 firmware version 4.3 update

As a side note we put both versions update information below.

Ver.4.3
(Dec.19 2016)
  • Corrected the following problems that occurred in version 4.2:
    Misoperation when shooting with HDR, Focus Stacking, Hand-Held Starlight, or Keystone Comp. while Rec View is set to Off.

    • * The camera functions are the same as version 4.2.
Ver.4.2
(Dec.1 2016)
  • Macro Flash STF-8 is supported.
  • Electronic Flash FL-900R is supported.
  • Improved stability of exposure when shooting videos.
  • Focus stacking function is now supported by the following lenses:
    • M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 30mm F3.5 Macro
    • M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 7-14mm F2.8 PRO
    • M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 8mm F1.8 Fisheye PRO
    • M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 300mm F4.0 IS PRO

Update the Olympus E-M1 firmware version 4.3 via Digital Camera Updater 

You can download the newest firmware to your mirrorless interchangeable lens camera above and follow the steps provided here.

The Olympus OM-D E-M1 mirrorless digital camera is a compact, ergonomically design model featuring a _16.3 megapixel Live MOS_ sensor and TruePic VII image processor. The EM-1 is weather, dust, splash and freezeproof, with a large high resolution touch LCD and electronic viewfinder. It retains the E-M5’s built-in 5-axis image stabilization, plenty of customizable controls, and Wi-Fi image transfer and camera controls via Olympus’s Image Share 2.0 smartphone app.