Nikon released a new firmware update for its D500 DX-format digital SLR camera with APS-c sized image sensor.
Firmware update version 1.0.2 for Nikon D500 fixes an issue that sometimes caused errors with certain UHS-II SD memory cards.
The high-end DSLR features a APS-c sized image sensor and announced back in January, 2016 and currently priced for $1,999,95. Besides the Nikon’s distortion data control version 2, this is the first firmware upgrade for the DSLR shooter.
Nikon D500 Firmware Update Version 1.02 Details
Changes from “C” Firmware Version 1.01 to 1.02
Download Nikon D500 Firmware C 1.02
The popular DSLR camera provides a 20.9-megapixel APS-C image sensor. The new model is powered by the new Expeed 5 image processor found in the D5.
It also has the same 153-point AF system with 99 cross-type sensor and can able to shoot continuously at 10 fps with a 200 shot buffer for Raw images. See Nikon D500 Official Announcement | User’s Manual | Sample Images | Canon 7D Mark II Comparison | Nikon D7200 vs D7100 | Reviews Roundup.
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