It is likely to be full steam forward with mirrorless for a lot of the world’s inhabitants, however Canon hasn’t completely deserted their DSLRs but. This has been confirmed by the discharge of a firmware replace for the Canon EOS 1DX Mark III. Don’t get too excited, although, it’s not bringing any new performance. It’s merely fixing a couple of bugs. However the truth that they’re releasing all of it presents some hope for Canon DSLR shooters.
The EOS 1DX Mark III Model 1.6.2 firmware fixes an error code when hooked up to a community together with unspecified “minor points”. As I stated, it’s nothing to jot down residence about. Canon’s willingness to replace DSLR firmware doesn’t essentially imply extra DSLRs are coming. Actually, they’re nearly actually not. Nevertheless it does present that Canon hasn’t utterly forgotten about its previous clients.
Firmware Model 1.6.2 incorporates the next fixes:
- Fixes a problem that, in uncommon instances, shows an Error Code 70 after the digicam has been related to a community for a chronic time period.
- Fixes minor points.
If the digicam’s firmware is already Model 1.6.2, it isn’t essential to replace the firmware.
The brand new V1.6.2 firmware is accessible to obtain now from the Canon web site.