Three huge digital camera manufacturers have announced the firmware update for their famous digital cameras. Canon has released the firmware update for the Canon WFT-E3/E3A wireless transmitter. Meanwhile, the firmware update for Nikon D80 and D200 corrects the problem of light flashing empty, which is also known as the ‘Dead Battery Syndrome’. And finally, firmware v1.1 for the Olympus E-520 corrects the brightness level of AF target points in the Viewfinder mode. [dpreview]
Fujifilm has just announced that the Z10fd and Z100fd models will get some firmware updates: the startup speed in both models while using xD cards, as well as the camera-to-computer transfer with higher capacity media in the Z10fd, and the adjustment of the underwater white balance on the Z100fd.
Some dudes at Panasonic have released a firmware update 2.0 for the DMC-L1 digital SLR camera. The update will further help in boosting the camera’s performance. You can download the firmware update here. Read the list of updates after the jump!
Olympus has released firmware updates for their digital SLR’s. Both of the E-330 firmware update to version 1.2 and the E-300 update to version 1.4 are available for download now. These updates enable Auto Focus in Live View B Mode (via the AEL/AFL button) and to improve exposure accuracy for Macro mode with Spot metering. Via Digital Photography Journal.