Olympus Released New Firmware Updates for E-M1II, E-M5II, PEN-F, 300mm and 12-100mm

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Great news for Olympus folks: Olympus released the new firmware updates for Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II, E-M5 Mark II, PEN-F Micro Four Thirds cameras and 300mm Pro & 12-100mm Pro lenses.

The firmware can be updated using the OLYMPUS Digital Camera Updater. Downliad link.

Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II Firmware Ver.1.2:

  • Improved color reproduction of EVF.
  • Corrected the issue of other brand flashes not flashing for High Res Shot, Focus Bracketing, and Focus Stacking.
  • Corrected issue of Rec View screen not displaying in the rear monitor when using EVF to shoot photos.
  • Corrected issue of home position of AF target not being retained when the power is turned off.
  • Improved stability of the battery level indicator.
  • Improved noise reduction of sequential shooting while the lens’s IS is on.
  • Flash controllers manufactured by Profoto are supported.

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II Firmware Ver.3.0:

  • Flash controllers manufactured by Profoto are supported.
  • Backup of camera settings is possible.
  • Compensation for mid-range gradation when using Highlight & Shadow Control is possible.
  • Position of AF target and range of spot metering can be linked.

Olympus PEN-F Firmware Ver.2.0:

  • Flash controllers manufactured by Profoto are supported.
  • Backup of camera settings is possible.
  • Art filters can be selected by using touch operations while viewing sample images in Art Filter mode.
  • Setting minimum value for shutter speed to increase ISO sensitivity while auto ISO is set is possible.
  • Improved operability of AF targeting pad

M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 300mm F4.0 IS PRO Firmware Ver.1.2:

  • Improved noise reduction of sequential shooting while the lens’s IS is on when using an E-M1 Mark II.

M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 12-100mm F4.0 IS PRO Firmware Ver.1.1:

  • Improved noise reduction of sequential shooting while the lens’s IS is on when using an E-M1 Mark II.
  • Improved performance of synchro image stabilization while using the E-M1 or E-M5 Mark II.

Via: CameraTimes

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