Download here. Changes: Firmware Version 1.1.0 incorporates the following fixes and improvements. 1. Fixes a phenomenon where the wireless built-in flash settings are reset to defaults when the battery is removed from the camera. 2. Fixes an intermittent phenomenon where image-rotation information is not recognized correctly when shooting with the camera in the vertical position depending on the timing of the shutter release. Firmware Version 1.1.0 is for cameras with firmware up to Version 1.0.9. If the camera’s firmware is already Version 1.1.0, it is not necessary to update the firmware.
March 24 CANON released the latest BIOS UPDATE for the CANON 60D. You can download it by clicking here. Firmware Version 1.0.9 incorporates the following fixes and changes. 1. Changes the name of the feature called “Art Filters” to “Creative Filters” (which is used in markets other than Japan) in the Japanese version to make the terms consistent. (This change only applies to the Japanese version and does not apply to other language versions.) 2. Fixes a phenomenon where the camera may operate abnormally when it is set to Quick Mode AF during Live View shooting immediately after capturing an image with the C.Fn II-1 Long exposure noise reduction setting set to [2: On] and a shutter speed setting of Continue ReadingCANON EOS 60D 1.0.9 FIRMWARE UPDATE→
Download the updated Nikon D90 Distortion Control Data Firmware Update by clicking here Distortion control data are used to correct barrel and pincushion distortion during shooting and editing. They can be loaded into cameras that support distortion control.
From Nikon Support Why are there spots in the video I shoot with the D7000? We have received reports from some users of the Nikon D7000 digital SLR camera regarding the occurrence of noticeable bright spots with movie recording under certain conditions. Nikon believes that these bright spots are not normally noticeable, and therefore do not indicate a problem with practical use. However, with further investigation of the reports received, we have confirmed that bright spots may be noticeable when recording movies of especially dark scenes or subjects. In order to provide our customers with better products, Nikon is currently preparing to release a firmware upgrade with measures to reduce the occurrence of these bright spots for the D7000. Further Continue ReadingNikon Addressing Bright Spots (Hot Spots) In Movie Mode with New Firmware→