A Fujifilm X-E3 firmware update is rumored to become available for download soon to add real-tme geotagging feature.
The X-E3 is the first Fujifilm’s X Series camera that offers Bluetooth capability. This allows you to pair the camera with a smartphone or tablet to wirelessly transfer photos from the camera.
Fuji is rumored to be working on a firmware update for the X-E3 mirrorless camera which will be released sometime in the following months. More details after the break!
Major Fujifilm X-E3 Firmware Will Add Real Time Geotagging Feature
The X-E3 has been released at the beginning of September 2017 for a price of $899. It comes packed with a 24.3-megapixel APS-C-format X-Trans CMOS III image sensor with a maximum ISO sensitivity of 51200.
According to recent talks, the upcoming Fujifilm X-E3 firmware will add real-time geotagging via bluetooth. This improvement with the geotagging will allow constant and automatic real-time geotagging via bluetooth. This X-E3 firmware might also bring an update for the camera remote app.
Other features that would be good on the user side would be the auto-button for RAW shooting. For now, it looks like a real-time geotagging addition is on the way via firmware to the X-E3 camera. Stay tuned with us for more information.
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