As promised, Fujifilm has made the new firmware versions for some of its mirrorless cameras available starting today. For those who missed our previous article, the following cameras are eligible for the new firmware: Fujifilm X-T1 (both black and silver edition), X-E2, X-Pro1 and X-E1. It is important to note that all cameras receive slightly different updates with the X-T1 gaining the largest number of improvements and new features.
Firmware Update Details
As is now usual with Fujifilm, the new updates bring a plethora of new features and other improvements. Fujifilm X-T1 owners ought to be especially happy since firmware version 3.00 adds such features as direct AF point selection (my word is this overdue for every single Fujifilm X-mount camera), electronic shutter with speeds up to a whopping /32000th of a second, Classic Chrome film simulation mode, Natural Live View mode, Q. menu customization and more. Updates for the other cameras are much more, for lack of a better word, mild, yet still welcome – given how “old” the X-Pro1 is now (still very much tempting, though), it’s a surprise Fujifilm is finding ways to improve it even slightly. A pleasant surprise.
To learn more about specific improvements and new features, please read our previous article – it contains all the necessary detail with all the new features and their descriptions.
Here are the download links for each camera:
- Click here to download firmware version 3.00 for Fujifilm X-T1 and X-T1 Graphite Silver Edition
- Click here to download firmware version 3.00 for Fujifilm X-E2
- Click here to download firmware version 3.40 for Fujifilm X-Pro1
- Click here to download firmware version 2.40 for Fujifilm X-E1
Enjoy! And, while you do that, let’s quietly hope Fujifilm brings the majority of those X-T1 updates to the rest of the lineup.