Nikon officially released the new firmware version 1.11 for Nikon Z9 full-frame mirrorless camera.
The Nikon Z9 is one of the most powerful cameras on the market, capable of up to 30 fps shooting in JPEG or 20 with Raw capture, and able to record 8K/30 video, with the promise of 12-bit Raw 8K/60 capture in a future firmware update. It’s also one of relatively few cameras on the market to completely forego a mechanical shutter, a design decision made possible by the impressively fast read-out speed of the new sensor.
Changes from “C” Firmware Version 1.10 to 1.11
- • Fixed an issue that prevented the camera focusing on detected subjects during video recording with all the following chosen in the VIDEO RECORDING MENU:
- – Image area > Choose image area: DX
- – AF-area mode: Any of Wide-area AF (S), Wide-area AF (L), Subject-tracking AF, and Auto-area AF
- – AF subject detection options > Subject detection: Any option other than Subject detection off
- • Fixed typos in the names of some items in Group a (Focus) of the CUSTOM SETTINGS MENU in some languages.
- • Added support for NIKKOR Z 400mm f/2.8 TC VR S lenses (from “C” firmware version 1.10).
Download link: Nikon Z9 Firmware Version 1.11
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