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Fujifilm X-T100 1.10 and X-A5 1.20 Firmware Updates Released

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Fujifilm released new firmware update for X-T100 and X-A5 mirrorless cameras.

Both cameras has almost the same upgrade except the X-T100 also got initial setting of ISO is changed to “AUTO” when switching to P, S, A, M, Adv modes. As a result Fujifilm X-T100 upgraded to version 1.10 and X-A5 to version 1.20.

You can check out the firmware details as well as download links below. Also on stores X-T100 and X-A5.

Fujifilm X-T100 1.10 and X-A5 1.20 Firmware Updates

Fujifilm X-T100 Firmware 1.10 – Download

  1. Advanced Filters “Rich & Fine” and “Monochrome [NIR]”
    “Rich & Fine” filter is recommended for food and other tabletop photography. It simulates brighter and more vivid colors at the center of the image and adds slight shadow at the four corners to emphasize the subject. “Monochrome [NIR]” simulates Monochrome effect as taken by near-infrared cameras. These modes will allow photographers to add additional artistic flair or film-like color tones to their photos.
  2. SQUARE MODE
    The “SQUARE MODE” allows users to switch to 1:1 format with a single flick on the touchscreen. The “SQUARE MODE” enhances compatibility with social media networks where 1:1 format has become the standard image format for posting photos.
  3. Initial setting of ISO is changed to “AUTO” when switching to P, S, A, M, Adv modes.
  4. Improvement of AF accuracy when pressing the shutter button halfway in AF-C mode.
  5. The phenomenon is fixed that the AF frame in the navigation window in the EVF can shift from the set position when enlarging the focus position display.
  6. The phenomenon is fixed that the highlight warning doesn’t appear in the Info display.
  7. Fix of slight defects.

Fujifilm X-A5 Firmware 1.20 – Download

  1. Advanced Filters “Rich & Fine” and “Monochrome [NIR]”
    “Rich & Fine” filter is recommended for food and other tabletop photography. It simulates brighter and more vivid colors at the center of the image and adds slight shadow at the four corners to emphasize the subject. “Monochrome [NIR]” simulates Monochrome effect as taken by near-infrared cameras. These modes will allow photographers to add additional artistic flair or film-like color tones to their photos.
  2. SQUARE MODE
    The “SQUARE MODE” allows users to switch to 1:1 format with a single flick on the touchscreen. The “SQUARE MODE” enhances compatibility with social media networks where 1:1 format has become the standard image format for posting photos.
  3. Improvement of AF accuracy when pressing the shutter button halfway in AF-C mode.
  4. The phenomenon is fixed that the highlight warning doesn’t appear in the Info display.
  5. Fix of slight defects.

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