FUJIFILM X-T2 camera owners can now download a major new firmware update that will add a host of new features to their camera. Among the improvements are Focus Bracketing, customizable on-screen icons, and enhanced Phase Detection AF. You can even backup and restore your camera settings with the free FUJIFILM X Acquire Ver.1.7 or newer.
X-T2 Camera Body Firmware Ver.4.10 introduces several new features that were previously only available on more advanced models and fixes some issues found in firmware Ver.4.00. The new firmware allows users to record F-Log video data to an internal SD card, and enables 1080P video at speeds of up to 120fps. This makes it possible to shoot spectacular 1/2, 1/4, and 1/5 speed slow-motion footage.
Video enthusiasts will be pleased to learn that the new update provides enhanced compatibility with the new MKX18-55mmT2.9 and MKX50-135mmT2.9 cinema lenses. The phase detection AF has also been improved by approximately 1.5 stops from 0.5EV to -1.0EV, resulting in faster and more precise autofocus in low-light conditions.
Tracking moving subjects got even easier thanks to improved continuous autofocus performance while zooming. And for shooting sports indoors, this firmware also adds the Flicker Reduction feature that was introduced to the X Series by the FUJIFILM X-H1.
This update is available now at FUJIFILMFirmware.com.
Please note that more recent firmware versions may have become available since this news story was published. Visit FUJIFILMFirmware.com to ensure you have the latest updates for all of your FUJIFILM gear!
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