Fujifilm has released new firmware for its X100V and X-A7 cameras. New updates make the following improvements:
Fujifilm X100V Firmware update
- Addition of the “AUTO POWER OFF TEMP.” option in the “POWER MANAGEMENT” menu
- Fix of minor bug
- Download Firmware update Ver.1.10 HERE
Fujifilm X-A7 Firmware update
- Compatibility with the printer “instax mini Link” for X-A7 is added: To use the printer with X-A7, carry out pairing by the ”instax Bluetooth connection” in advance
- Fix of minor bug
- Download Firmware update Ver.1.20 HERE
The Fujifilm X100V was announced back in February this year, it is a compact mirrorless camera comes with an X-Trans CMOS IV image sensor of APS-C format with a resolution of 26.1MP and an improved FUJINON lens with a focal length of 23 mm (35 mm EGF) and a maximum f/2.0 aperture. It has been priced at $1,399 and it can be purchased through the Bhphotovideo.com and Amazon.com online stores.
Fujifilm X-A7, on the other hand, was announced in September last year, it is an entry-level compact mirrorless camera, weight is 320 grams, works with Fujifilm’s new 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor, 4K video recording, and hybrid AF system. It has been priced at $499, with $200 OFF on Amazon.com and Bhphotovideo.com online stores.
Fujifilm has also published a detailed video tutorial on how to properly install firmware updates on their cameras. The video says that the firmware data are required in order to fix various errors in the lens or camera, as well as bring new functionality to the camera.
For example, the company described how it added improved autofocus to its products, as well as new film simulators and increased battery life of the camera. In addition, Fujifilm hinted that they would subsequently update the firmware of even those cameras that have already been discontinued.