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Nikon Z7 & Z6 Firmware Ver. 3.10 and Nikon Z50 Firmware Ver. 2.00

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In addition to the new Nikon Z5 mirrlress camera, NIKKOR Z 24-50mm f/4-6.3 Lens, Z Teleconverter TC-1.4x and Z Teleconverter TC-2x, Nikon has also released firmware updates for its Z50, Z6, Z7 cameras and FTZ adapter.

Nikon Z50 gets Animal Detection AF, Z6 and Z7 get minor improvements via firmware version 3.10 for Nikon Z7 and Nikon Z6, firmware version 2.00 for Nikon Z50 and firmware version 1.10 for Nikon FTZ mount adapter.

Nikon Z7 Firmware Version 3.10

Nikon Z6 Firmware Version 3.10

Nikon DX (APS-C) Z-mount Mirrorless Camera Coming

  • • Added support for Nikon Z mount TC-1.4x/TC-2.0x teleconverters.
  • • Added support for F mount lens firmware updates. F mount lens firmware updates are supported from FTZ mount adapter firmware version 1.10.
  • • Changed some of the f/-number values displayed when exposure is adjusted in steps of 1/3 EV (f/1.2 is now displayed as f/1.3). As of July 21, 2020, this applies to NIKKOR Z 58mm f/0.95 S Noct lenses.
  • • The bracketing increment is now properly applied to photos taken with exposure locked during AE bracketing in Continuous H (extended) release mode.
  • • When an external recorder compliant with Atomos Open protocol is connected, movie recording can now be started and stopped using camera controls if all the following conditions are met:
    • – The camera is in movie mode and the recorder is connected via HDMI.
    • – A memory card is inserted.
    • – The following are selected for HDMI > Advanced in the SETUP MENU:
      • ▹ External recording control > On
      • ▹ Output data depth > 10 bit
      • ▹ N-log setting > Off
    • – 3840×2160; 30p/25p/24p is selected for Frame size/frame rate in the MOVIE SHOOTING MENU.
  • • Fixed the following issues:
    • – The camera monitor would exhibit a green cast when the camera was connected to an external display via HDMI if:
      • ▹ Adobe RGB was selected for Color space in the PHOTO SHOOTING MENU,
      • ▹ Shutter-release button > Record movies was selected for Custom Setting g2 (Custom control assignment) in Group “g” (Movie) of the CUSTOM SETTING MENU,
      • ▹ 10 bit was selected for HDMI > Advanced > Output data depth in the SETUP MENU,
      • ▹ On (cannot record to card) was selected for HDMI > Advanced > N-Log setting in the SETUP MENU,
      • ▹ On was selected for HDMI > Advanced > View assist in the SETUP MENU, and
      • ▹ movie mode was selected with the photo/movie selector.
    • – The crop selected for “tall” (portrait-orientation) pictures using PictBridge would not be accurately reflected in the printed image.
    • – In rare circumstances, autofocus would not engage if a NIKKOR Z DX 16–50mm f/3.5–6.3 VR lens was extended at the same time the camera was turned on.

Nikon Z50 Firmware Version 2.00

  • • With the addition of an Animal detection on option to Custom Setting a2 (Auto-area AF face/eye detection), face/eye-detection AF is now available with dogs and cats; when this option is enabled, the camera will now detect the eyes and faces of dogs and cats (in movie mode, only faces are detected). Animal detection on is selected automatically when the mode dial is in the SCN (scene mode) position with Pet portrait selected.
  • • Added support for Nikon Z mount TC-1.4x/TC-2.0x teleconverters.
  • • Added support for F mount lens firmware updates. F mount lens firmware updates are supported from FTZ mount adapter firmware version 1.10.
  • • Changed some of the f/-number values displayed when exposure is adjusted in steps of 1/3 EV (f/1.2 is now displayed as f/1.3). As of July 21, 2020, this applies to NIKKOR Z 58mm f/0.95 S Noct lenses.
  • • The bracketing increment is now properly applied to photos taken with exposure locked during AE bracketing in Continuous H (extended) release mode.
  • • Release-priority is now enabled if AF-S Single AF is selected for Focus mode when AF-ON is assigned to the AE-L/AF-L button.
  • • The following improvements have been made to subject tracking:
    • – Users can now switch between the auto-area AF and target selection displays using a custom control such as the Fn1 button.
    • – The behavior of subject tracking when AF-C is selected during still photography now more closely resembles that for 3D-tracking on digital SLR cameras.
  • • The conditions for displaying the prompt suggesting the use of the flash have been reviewed and the prompt is now displayed under more appropriate conditions.
  • • Fixed the following issues:
    • – The crop selected for “tall” (portrait-orientation) pictures using PictBridge would not be accurately reflected in the printed image.
    • – In rare circumstances, autofocus would not engage if a NIKKOR Z DX 16–50mm f/3.5–6.3 VR lens was extended at the same time the camera was turned on.

Nikon FTZ Firmware Version 1.10

  • • Added support for F mount lens firmware updates.

Nikon Z5 body: $1,396.95 at AmazonB&H, Adorama.

Nikon Z5 with 24-50mm Lens: $1,696.95 at AmazonB&H, Adorama.

Nikon Z5 with 24-200mm Lens: $2,196.95 at AmazonB&H, Adorama.

Nikon NIKKOR Z 24-50mm f/4-6.3 Lens: $396.95 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama.

Nikon Z Teleconverter TC-1.4x: $546.95 at AmazonB&H, Adorama.

Nikon Z Teleconverter TC-2x: $596.95 at AmazonB&H, Adorama.

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