Firmware Friday: Sony A77, A65, Panasonic Lumix G3, GF2, GF3

by on October 14, 2011

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Camera    Firmware Update

Below you will find this week’s firmware updates.  Hit the manufacturer website links for more details and download instructions for the firmware.

Panasonic Lumix G3 firmware version 1.2 – “Optimized the operation of Four Thirds Lens with coupled with mount adapter at Ver.1.1. Added a function for using power zoom lens. ([DISP FOCAL LENGTH], [STEP ZOOM], [ZOOM RESUME], [ZOOM SPEED], [ZOOM RING])” [Panasonic Website]

Panasonic Lumix GF3 firmware version 1.2 – “Optimized the operation of Four Thirds Lens with coupled with mount adapter at Ver.1.1. Added a function for using power zoom lens. ([DISP FOCAL LENGTH], [STEP ZOOM], [ZOOM RESUME], [ZOOM SPEED], [ZOOM RING])” [Panasonic Website]

Panasonic Lumix GF2 firmware version 1.1 – “Added a function for using power zoom lens. ([DISP FOCAL LENGTH], [STEP ZOOM], [ZOOM RESUME], [ZOOM SPEED], [ZOOM RING])” [Panasonic Website]

Sony A77 firmware version 1.03 – “Support flash control function for Micro Twin Flash Kit, HVL-MT24AM. Improved response time of the following operation, – Switching the screen mode between the LCD monitor and the electronic viewfinder – Front and Rear control dial – Fn button control Other functional improvement.” [Sony Website - Windows | Mac]

Sony A65 firmware version 1.03 – “Support flash control function for Micro Twin Flash Kit, HVL-MT24AM. Improved response time of the following operation, – Switching the screen mode between the LCD monitor and the electronic viewfinder – Front and Rear control dial – Fn button control Other functional improvement.” [Sony Website - Windows | Mac]

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1 ABETTERDJANDPHOTOGRAPHER October 21, 2011 at 2:35 am

We got our 2nd SONY A77 in today and it came with version 1.03
We also got the fabulous new SONY 16-50 2.8 lens… it’s a winner! It could easily be a “G” lens.

We have photo samples posted on our site, just go to the SONY|MINOLTA tab
http://abetterdj.net

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