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New Nikon Z7II, Z6II, Z7, Z6, Z5, and Z50 Firmware Updates Released

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New firmware updates for the Nikon Z7 IIZ6 IIZ7, Z6Z5, and Z50 mirrorless cameras are now officially released. You can see the details on the latest firmware updates below and also head over to Nikon to download it.

Firmware Ver. 1.20 for the Z7 II and Z6 II offers increased AF performance, including faster focusing when shooting with AF in low light situations. Further, AF usability when using an external Speedlight will also increase, through improvements to detection performance in scenes where it was difficult to detect faces and eyes, as well as improvements to subject visibility during live view shooting. In addition, tracking frames used for face and eye detection, as well as subject-tracking AF have been improved, enabling smoother and more stable shooting.

The new firmware Ver. 1.20 for the Z 7II and Z 6II, firmware Ver. 3.30 for the Z 7 and Z 6, firmware Ver 1.10 for the Z 5, and firmware Ver. 2.10 for the Z 50 is now available for download.

 

New Nikon Z5, Z6, Z7, and FTZ adapter rebates also introduced in the US.

New Nikon Z7II, Z6II, Z7, Z6, Z5, and Z50 Firmware Updates Released

These updates include firmware Ver. 3.30 for the Z 7 and Z 6, as well as Ver. 2.10 for the Z 50, which will add the Save Focus Position option that allows the current focus position to be saved when the camera is turned off and restored when next turned on. The new firmware for the Z 6 will also add the voice memo recording/play function*, popular with the D6. The addition of the voice memo recording/play function is also planned for the Z 6II in a future firmware update.

Further, firmware Ver. 1.10 for the Z 5 will include faster AF detection speed during low light situations when shooting in the Low-Light AF mode, thereby improving usability. The Z 5 will also gain the Save Focus Position option.

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