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Canon Firmware Updates: EOS R6 II, EOS R8, EOS R7, EOS R10, EOS R50

Canon Eos R7 Review Canon Firmware Updates
The widely popular EOS R7

Canon released a batch of firmware updates, here they are. I linked Canon Japan because they are available there first.

EOS R6 Mark II firmware ver. 1. 4. 0

  • [Number of shots] for [Interval timer] can now be set up to 9999.
  • [FEM] has been added to [Strobe Custom Function Settings]. Also, [ON/ETTL→M] has been added to [Button Customization]. When using a strobe without a display panel, you can now use FEM (FE memory) from the camera side.
  • [Protect after transfer] has been added to [FTP transfer settings]. As a result, images transferred via FTP can now be automatically protected. You can also determine whether the image has been transferred via FTP.

The following bugs have been fixed.

  • Corrected a rare phenomenon where the camera took a long time to start up, such as when returning from auto power off.
  • Enhanced security during FTPS connection.
  • Fixed a phenomenon that could occur only under certain conditions, where images would not be displayed properly on the viewfinder or monitor, and camera operations would become inoperable (Error 70 may be displayed).
  • Fixed a phenomenon where the in-body image stabilization unit would not be initialized and error 20 would be displayed if the camera was started while shaking.
  • Corrected a phenomenon where error 70 may occur when shooting in A+ mode or AI Focus AF.
  • Fixed an issue where the card access lamp would blink and the camera would no longer accept operations when shooting a small subject.
  • Corrected an issue where the shutter would continue to release when the shutter button and another button were pressed at the same time under certain settings.

EOS R8 firmware ver. 1. 3. 0

  • [FEM] has been added to [Strobe Custom Function Settings]. Also, [ON/ETTL→M] has been added to [Button Customization]. When using a strobe without a display panel, you can now use FEM (FE memory) from the camera side.

The following bugs have been fixed.

  • Corrected a rare phenomenon where the camera took a long time to start up, such as when returning from auto power off.
  • Fixed a phenomenon that could occur only under certain conditions, where images would not be displayed properly on the viewfinder or monitor, and camera operations would become inoperable (Error 70 may be displayed).
  • Corrected a phenomenon where error 70 may occur when shooting in A+ mode or AI Focus AF.
  • Fixed an issue where the card access lamp would blink and the camera would no longer accept operations when shooting a small subject.
  • Corrected an issue where the shutter would continue to release when the shutter button and another button were pressed at the same time under certain settings.

EOS R7 firmware ver. 1. 5. 0

  • Added support for the software development support kit (EDSDK/CCAPI) for digital cameras.

The following bugs have been fixed.

  • Corrected a rare phenomenon where the camera took a long time to start up, such as when returning from auto power off.
  • Fixed a phenomenon that could occur only under certain conditions, where images would not be displayed properly on the viewfinder or monitor, and camera operations would become inoperable (Error 70 may be displayed).
  • Fixed a phenomenon where the in-body image stabilization unit would not be initialized and error 20 would be displayed if the camera was started while shaking.
  • Corrected a phenomenon where error 70 may occur when shooting in A+ mode or AI Focus AF.
  • Fixed an issue where the card access lamp would blink and the camera would no longer accept operations when shooting a small subject.
  • Corrected an issue where the shutter would continue to release when the shutter button and another button were pressed at the same time under certain settings.

EOS R10 firmware ver. 1. 5. 0

  • Added support for the software development support kit (EDSDK/CCAPI) for digital cameras.

The following bugs have been fixed.

  • Corrected a rare phenomenon where the camera took a long time to start up, such as when returning from auto power off.
  • Fixed a phenomenon that could occur only under certain conditions, where images would not be displayed properly on the viewfinder or monitor, and camera operations would become inoperable (Error 70 may be displayed).
  • Corrected a phenomenon where error 70 may occur when shooting in A+ mode or AI Focus AF.
  • Fixed an issue where the card access lamp would blink and the camera would no longer accept operations when shooting a small subject.
  • Corrected an issue where the shutter would continue to release when the shutter button and another button were pressed at the same time under certain settings.

EOS R50 firmware ver. 1. 2. 0

  • [FEM] has been added to [Strobe Custom Function Settings]. Also, [ON/ETTL→M] has been added to [Button Customization]. When using a strobe without a display panel, you can now use FEM (FE memory) from the camera side.

The following bugs have been fixed.

  • Corrected a rare phenomenon where the camera took a long time to start up, such as when returning from auto power off.
  • Fixed a phenomenon that could occur only under certain conditions, where images would not be displayed properly on the viewfinder or monitor, and camera operations would become inoperable (Error 70 may be displayed).
  • Corrected a phenomenon where error 70 may occur when shooting in A+ mode or AI Focus AF.
  • Fixed an issue where the card access lamp would blink and the camera would no longer accept operations when shooting a small subject.
  • Corrected an issue where the shutter would continue to release when the shutter button and another button were pressed at the same time under certain settings.
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