- In manual focus mode, the focus indicator in the viewfinder (or in live view, the focus point selected in the monitor) will flash to show that infinity or the minimum focus distance has been reached by rotating the focus ring. - Optimal exposure would sometimes not be achieved in photos taken in live view using a lens with electromagnetically controlled aperture (type E lenses). - Create a folder on the computer hard disk and name it as desired.- When used to take pictures after an option was selected for Custom Setting d10 (Exposure delay mode) in the CUSTOM SETTING MENU, Camera Control Pro 2 would sometimes display the error “The camera was not able to take a picture.” despite having actually taken the picture. - Press the camera MENU button and select Firmware version in the SETUP MENU to display the camera firmware version. - Save the downloadable file to the newly-created folder. Copyright (C) 2005, All Rights BIOS Release Notes======================================================================================================================================Systems: Dell Latitude D600 Series Version: A16Build Date: 06/29/2005The following updates were made to the A15 BIOS to create the A16 BIOS: ATI Radeon 9000 Video BIOS version is 8.002.007.019Issues Fixed:=============The following updates were made to the A15 BIOS to create the A16 BIOS: Issues Fixed:============1. The BIOS release has been validated on the following operating systems:1. In addition to the higher bitrate settings, Nikon Patch v1.18.2 also brings such improvements as the possibility to use third-party batteries, manual control of ISO and shutter speed in video mode for some models, lossless raw file compression and more.Mind though that the patch is still in its beta phase, so there's no guarantee that it'll work flawlessly on your camera.
This process isn’t intended to be destructive, but still, it’s best to save all your personal data and configurations before applying a different firmware. Update Broadcom 57xx PXE code to support newer hardware revisions.Canon users have long enjoyed improved stills and video capabilities in their cameras thanks to the hacked firmware versions provided by Magic Lantern, and were therefore envied by many a Nikon shooter.While all models support at least 49, 54 or 57 Mbps video recording, the 64 Mbps setting is only available for the Nikon D7000.
On the other hand, downgrading the camera’s firmware can recover its functionality in the unlikely event the currently installed version is faulty or the device’s performance dropped after an upgrade.
Try to set a system restore point before installing a device driver. Problems can arise when your hardware device is too old or not supported any longer.