Nikon Releases Firmware Update for Z7 Mirrorless Camera


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Nikon has announced the launch of a new firmware update for its Z7 Camera. The latest "C" Version 1.02 firmware offers several fixes, including corrections for a display flicker problem, crashes when displaying certain images, and an ISO sensitivity issue for movie recording.

For details on how to check and update the firmware on a Nikon Z7, click here. And here's a full rundown of all the fixes included in the update per Nikon:  

- Fixed an issue that caused the display to flicker if pictures were scrolled during playback zoom after the user had taken pictures using the viewfinder with Prioritize viewfinder selected for monitor mode and then removed his or her eye from the viewfinder before starting playback.

- Fixed an issue that caused Capture NX-D or ViewNX-i to crash when displaying NEF (RAW) pictures taken with the following options selected for HDR (high dynamic range) in the PHOTO SHOOTING MENU:
  • HDR mode: On (series) or On (single photo)
  • Save individual images (NEF): On

- Fixed an issue that allowed the camera to exceed the value chosen for ISO sensitivity settings > Maximum sensitivity in the MOVIE SHOOTING MENU if it was from ISO 200 to 20,000 and On was selected for MOVIE SHOOTING MENU > Electronic VR.

- Updated some help displays.

The Nikon Z7 is now available for $3,396 (body only) or $3,996.96 (with 24-70mm Lens). The mirrorless FX-format camera features a 45.7MP FX-Format BSI CMOS Sensor and EXPEED 6 Image Processing Engine, along with support for UHD 4K30 video recording and an 8K time-lapse mode.

Source: Nikon