On September 23, Sony released a firmware update for their flagship camera – A9. After the firmware patches in v.4 and the major update after that, this update, v. 6.0 adds real-time Eye AF for animals, interval shooting function, and allows the operation with the wireless remote commander RMT-P1BT.
Does the air in your house or apartment gets dry in the winter when you turn the heat on? If so, then you are like me. Usually the humidity in my house is in the range between 50-60%. As soon as the heater is on, the humidity scale drops down to 15-20%. The air is so dry, that I get shocked by a static electricity every time I touch something. Not only that but when I sleep my nose and mouth are getting dry… well… you know how it is. For that reason I usually have several humidifiers which help raising up the humidity back to about 35-40%.
I never had issues before but last winter I noticed something unusual. What I mean? As you will see on the attached pictures and video, almost every single camera body, lens or even chargers, cables, card readers, and some plastic bags, were covered in a white dust. But it is so fine that dust is probably not the correct word. It looks like something between white dust and fog.
As promised, Sony just released updated firmware for A7III, A7RIII and A9 cameras. In my previous article I mentioned that Sony will release update in mid-December.
Today they published firmware fixes, versions 2.10 (for A7III & A7RIII) and 4.10 (for A9).
You can download the updates here: Sony A7III, Sony A7RIII & Sony A9. (Update) The updates has been removed from the Sony website.