- Focus range with normal autofocus has been changed from approximately 50 cm–8 to approximately 30 cm–8 from the center of the front surface of the lens.
- AF focus-acquisition rate has been improved when the scene contained in the frame exhibits an extremely high level of contrast.
- The color of the focus area in manual focus mode has been changed to white, making it easier to identify the current focus mode.
- Less battery power is now consumed with interval timer photography, enabling interval timer shooting for a longer period of time when the camera is powered by the battery.
Verify the current firmware version:
- Turn on the camera.
- Press the camera’s MENU button to display the menu.
- Press the rotary multi selector to the left to highlight the menu tab, select the setup tab, and press the OK button.
- Select Firmware version in the setup menu and press the OK button.
- The camera's firmware version will be displayed.
- Turn off the camera.
Quick install guide:
- Power the camera from AC adapter unit or use a fully charged battery.
- Create a new folder with an appropriate name on your computer's hard drive.
- Download the Windows (.EXE) or Macintosh (.DMG) file to the newly created folder.
- Run the downloaded file to create a folder called “A_Update” which contains the firmware folder.
- Use a card reader or similar device to copy the firmware folder to the root directory of a memory card formatted in the camera.
- Insert the memory card into the camera's memory card slot and turn on the camera.
- Select Firmware version in the camera's setup menu and follow instructions displayed to upgrade the firmware.
- After the upgrade is complete, turn the camera off and remove the memory card.
- Access the Firmware version item in the camera's setup menu to confirm that the firmware has been upgraded.
It is highly recommended to always use the most recent driver version available.
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Try to set a system restore point before installing a device driver. This will help if you installed a wrong driver. Problems can arise when your hardware device is too old or not supported any longer.