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Fujifilm Withdraws Firmware 4.00 for X-T2 Mirrorless Camera

Fujifilm has removed the firmware update 4.00 for the X-T2 mirrorless camera. The decision has matured following some problems that have emerged recently. The firmware will be re-proposed only when all the problems have been completely solved. For users who have already updated, version 4.01 has been released, which offers the same functions as version 3.00. The firmware can be downloaded at HERE.

The issues were found on Firmware 4.00 are as follows:

1. When RAW files, which were taken by X-T2 (before firmware ver.4.00), are converted in camera (ver.4.00) or by “FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO”, they are not converted properly.
2. When pressing the shutter button halfway under certain conditions, the live view can flicker.
3. In rare cases, a hang-up can occur.

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