Nikon has announced a new firmware update for its DSLR flagship D5. Nikon D5 Firmware C 1.10 update now has been solved the limited 3 minute video recording issue. In addition to upgrading the video capabilities, Nikon will also fix some bugs and adding a few extra features that which we have seen in the D5000.
Some Highlight of the Nikon D5 Firmware C 1.10
- An Electronic VR option has been added to the MOVIE SHOOTING MENU. Note that electronic vibration reduction is not available at frame sizes of 3840×2160 or 1920×1080 crop, and that the angle of view is slightly reduced when electronic vibration reduction is in effect.
- The Nikon D5 Camera can now record movies up to 29 minutes and 59 seconds long. Videos are recorded across up to 8 files, each up to 4GB size, which can be joined together using the ViewNX-Movie Editor option in ViewNX-i version 1.2.0 or later.
- A Flicker reduction option has been added to the PHOTO SHOOTING MENU.
- Dynamic-area AF (9 points) has been added to the AF-area mode options available during viewfinder photography.
- Improved camera response when the button assigned Auto-area AF using Custom Setting f1 (Custom control assignment) > AF-area mode or AF-area mode + AF-ON is pressed to temporarily select auto-area AF.
- Improved tracking when Wide is selected for Custom Setting a5 (3D-tracking watch area) and 3D-tracking is selected for AF-area mode.
Here is the download link of the Nikon D5 Firmware C 1.10, Note the updates cannot be performed if ON is currently selected for Network > Network connection in the SETUP MENU. Select OFF for Network connection before proceeding. Also note that the Card reader or computer with built-in memory-card slot must be required.