・The use of the Film Simulation function, which offers diverse color and tonal reproductions will be expanded. The new firmware will add the “CLASSIC Neg” mode, simulating color negative film traditionally chosen for snapshots, and the “ETERNA” mode, which replicates the colors and tonality of Fujifilm’s motion picture film.
・The firmware will improve Face / Eye AF performance. The face / eye detection accuracy and stability are improved when shooting multiple people, so as to make portrait photography easier than ever before.
・The Auto mode will be added to focus bracketing. Specify the starting and ending points and shooting interval, and the camera can automatically determine the number of frames and steps required.
・The firmware will allow users to adjust exposure settings (shutter speed, aperture value, ISO sensitivity, exposure compensation) for still images from a computer when using software that supports some tether-shooting functions.
・More photo-editing applications will support the import of rating information, assigned in camera.
・The maximum number of photos that can be saved in each folder on an SD card will increase 10 fold from 999 to 9,999.
“35mm Format Mode” crops the center of the sensor 36.0mm x 24.0mm (30.5M) and records JPEG and RAW file.
Reduced the time to switch between EVF and LCD when you select “eye-sensor” on the viewfinder display settings.
Color of EVF/LCD is adjustable from screen setting menu.
The upgrade will add compatibility for the newly developed FUJINON GF250mmF4 R LM OIS WR capabilities that include “Focus Preset”, “AF-L” and “AF-ON”
For enhancing the quality of indoor sports photography, the upgrade allows users to reduce flicker in pictures and display when shooting under fluorescent lighting and other similar light sources.
Enables users to choose the folder in which subsequent pictures will be stored. Users will aso be able to enter a five-character folder name to create a new folder in which to store subsequent pictures.
The upgrade allows users to set the Fn button as “35mm Format Mode” for quicker setting changes.