Firmware update version 1.20 for Nikon D500 fixes several issues More details can be found below.
The high-end DSLR features a APS-c sized image sensor and announced back in January, 2016 and currently selling for $1,796.95.
List of fixes of D500 firmware Ver. 1.20:
- The camera can now connect via Wi-Fi to devices running SnapBridge. For more information, see the “Addendum to the User’s Manual” in which this feature is described. Before using this feature, upgrade to the following version of the app:
- SnapBridge version 2.5.4 or later
- Fixed the following issues:
- The camera sometimes had trouble focusing on subjects in the focus points at the edges of the frame.
- The camera would sometimes stop responding during shooting in continuous high-speed (CH) release mode.
- The camera would sometimes not turn off after the power switch was rotated to “OFF”.
You can download this firmware update here.
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