You can grab the updates now via the source links below, and be sure to let us know how it all turned out in the end.
Nikon heeft voor zijn D800 en D800E digitale spiegelreflexcamera's nieuwe firmware uitgebracht met 1.10 als versienummer.
Hogere burstrate gaat niet gebeuren met een fw update.
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Firmware update for Macs Firmware update for Windows After having used the update on a couple of cameras and having received feedback from a few readers, I have a couple of comments: First, I don't really like this "create a Nikon folder on the desktop with the updates" style the Nikon Imaging group has been using.
Among the updates is this interesting little gem, D800 owners will now have the ability to assign the movie button to other functions.
I've gotten enough "where did the update go" emails to know that many don't expect to find a Nikon folder on their desktop ;~).
If you own a recent Nikon DSLR, you may be aware that a number of firmware updates have been released.
As of today, they include the D4, D600, and D800 as well as the D3, D3s, D3x, D7000, and D3200. Nikon's instructions are easy to follow and download links are given for Windows and Mac platforms.
Beyond that, I still seem to get a lot of emails from folk either don't read or don't understand Nikon's instructions.
Today, Nikon unveiled an extensive firmware update for both the D800 and D800E which both fixes some issues with the two cameras as well as adds some interesting new features.