Sigma has released a set of firmware updates for its Art lenses for Sony E-mount cameras. The upgrade improves AF speed, Face Detection accuracy, and fixes other minor AF glitches.
New firmware update v1.20 is available for Nikon D500. In this firmware update Nikon adds a new function to D500 DSLR – the ability to support directing Wi-Fi connections to devices running SnapBridge version 2.5.4 or later. This should make it easier to share photos while out on location.
Additionally, this firmware update brings a few fixes, including for an issue focusing at the edge of the frame in some instances, that the camera could stop responding during continuous high-speed shooting, and that the camera would sometimes not turn off after the power switch is set to “OFF.”
On December 7, 2018 Sony released a notification about the latest software update (ver.2.00) for their A7III and A7RIII cameras. The software was released about two months ago but Sony discovered some issues, and removed it from their website. In the notifications they apologize for any inconvenience Sony Firmware Delay may cause, and assure their customers that a solution will be published around mid-December.
The following issues may occur with our α7R III and α7 III interchangeable lens digital cameras:
- In rare cases, your α7R III or α7 III model may stop functioning while writing RAW data onto an SD card that has already been used multiple times.
- With the α7R III, taking a picture while using the Auto Review function may occasionally cause the camera to stop responding.
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