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Fujifilm releases new firmware for its X and GFX cameras

Fujifilm releases new firmware for its X and GFX cameras

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The newly released Fujifilm X100VI is getting its first firmware update, as are many other Fujifilm cameras.

The entire range of Fujifilm cameras are now getting a firmware update. Not all cameras are getting new features this time around, but many are getting bug fixes that address previous issues.

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Fujifilm's newest addition X100VI It got its first update to version 1.01, which gives the ability to connect the camera to Fujifilm's XApp over wifi, something that didn't work properly before.

Fujifilm X-S10 Get version 3.11 which solves problems with transferring images to the SD card when using your phone as a remote shutter release in the Fujifilm app.

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Fujifilm X-T30 II It arrives at version 2.04 and only gets bug fixes.

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Fujifilm X-T4/X-T3 Up to version 2.11/5.11 and fixes an issue where exposure in preview is not displayed correctly, when shooting in manual mode with the XF50mm F1.0 R WR lens, as well as issues with transferring the image to an SD card in the app.

Fujifilm GFX S50 II Fixes issues where flicker reduction was not working.

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Fujifilm XApp It has also been updated with an improved time zone setting feature.

No update available yet Fujifilm X webcam, which is required to be able to use Fujifilm cameras as a webcam after updating MacOS to version 14.1 Sonoma. The update is scheduled for April.

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