Photography advice for users of Nikon cameras and the Nikon Digital Field Guides.
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Nikon D4, D800, and D800E firmware update
Hot on the heels of the surprising D700 firmware update Nikon has also released firmware updates for their top tier cameras, the D4, D800, and D800E. The update is supposed to fix a problem where the camera locks up when certain features are all enabled at the same time, a glitch that causes the WT-4 wireless transmitter to send RAW files when set to JPEG and a dark band that appears in the lower part of the image when shooting 5:4 crop mode and using Active D-Lighting. The D4 update also fixes a glitch that causes shooting settings to be changed when certain settings were in use with CSM f15 Playback zoom.
You can download the firmware updates from the following links: