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Nikon D750, D810, D800, D800E, D610, D600 Firmware Updates Coming on January 19

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An upcoming Nikon press release scheduled for January 19th have been leaked online which refers to a new firmware updates program called “I AM Advancing”.

I AM Advancing” program will allow Nikon DSLR owners to download advanced firmware updates and add new functionality to their cameras for up to 3 years.

The program is starting with support for six FX-format DSLR cameras (D750, D810, D800, D800E, D600 and D610). The new website for “I AM Advancing” will be located at http://imaging.nikon.com/advancing (not yet active).

Nikon D750, D810, D800, D800E, D610, D600 New Firmware Updates Coming


Below are new features for these firmware updates:

  • New White Balance update, containing Nikon’s latest algorithms for high-quality color balance in any light.
  • New “Metallic” Picture Control option, providing photographers with a unique high-contrast setting which is both natural and eye-catching.
  • New RAW Histogram. This feature displays impressive full-screen histograms for all 3 color channels (red, green and blue) simultaneously, based on data directly from the image sensor. The new feature allows advanced photographers to fine-tune perfect exposure for each shot.
  • Nikon will bring two D810 features to other cameras in the Nikon DSLR line-up:
    • “Flat” Picture Control, which allows photographers more options for adjustment in post-processing and
    • Electronic First-Curtain Shutter feature, which eliminates vibrations caused by the shutter, is newly available for the recently announced Nikon D750 camera.

Full press text can be seen on: NikonRumors