Fujifilm X-A3, X-A5, and X-A20 Cameras Get New Firmware – Update Now
Fujifilm has rolled out new firmware packages targeted at its X-A3, X-A5, and X-A20 digital cameras, namely version 2.21, 1.10, and 1.11, respectively, which resolves the INTERVAL TIMER SHOOTING hangs and changes the initial setting of ISO AUTO (from 200).
Besides the changes mentioned above, the X-A5 unit also receives a new PDAF algorithm (first implemented on the X-T100) that improves autofocus speed and accuracy, as well as extended movie recording time (up to 30 minutes in any movie quality).
In addition to that, Fujifilm enhances the X-A5’s visibility on the LCD is during CL shooting and the HDMI output usability (removes time limitations), and also changes the graphics interface when the main LCD monitor is inverted by 180 degrees.
Regarding installation, first, save the downloadable file onto a formatted memory card, make sure your camera has a fully charged battery, insert the card into the imaging unit, and turn the camera on pressing “DISP/BACK” button.
Afterward, confirm the item as “Body,” and agree and follow all instructions displayed on the LCD to initiate the installation. This process takes approximately 90 seconds to complete, so make sure you don’t interrupt it.
Bear in mind that, removing the battery/memory card, making use of the camera’s buttons, of failing to complete the upgrade, can lead to various malfunctions and might also render the device unusable.
Once completed, power off the camera, remove and format the memory card, and check the current firmware to ensure the appropriate version is shown.
That said, download the camera firmware using the links below, follow the steps mentioned above, and check back with us as often as possible to stay up to speed with the latest releases.
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