Fujifilm X-T1 Firmware Update 1.10

July 1, 2014 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Compact System Camera | 2 Comments |
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Fujifilm has issued a firmware update for its X-T1 compact system camera (pictured). Version 1.10 incorporates the following improvements and fixes:

  • Addition of compatibility with "XF18-135mmF3.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR"
  • Improvement of "Exposure compensation/exposure indicator" in EVF. Values are added to the scales of the indicator for better visibility.
  • Improvement of Movie-record button operability. To avoid an accidental movie shooting, the delayed time will become longer between the moment you press the button and a movie shooting starts or ends.
  • The phenomenon is fixed that images are not recorded with the set interval when "INTERVAL" in "INTERVAL TIMER SHOOTING" is set to 5 sec or less. In this case, the setting of "IMAGE DISP." in "SCREEN SET-UP" will change to "OFF" automatically.

Website: Fujifilm X-T1 Firmware Update Ver.1.10



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#1 Howard White

Delaying the start of movie filming does not prevent accidental filming.I am only aware that I have accidentally pressed the record button when I am prevented from taking a photo because recording is in process, or when the memory card is full of unintended films.Both situations could potentially cause the missing of a photo of a lifetime.
Delaying the start of filming might also be irritating for those who actually want to record a movie.Delaying the time that a movie ends as an improvement beggars belief .
The only reasonable method of preventing accidental filming that I can think of would be through (dis-)enabling the movie record button via the menu.

7:52 am - Tuesday, July 1, 2014

#2 Fil

What a weird way to prevent accidental movie start! How about, say, start filming with (photo) shutter release while pressing and holding the movie button? Ending the video could be done by pressing the video button again. Main thing is, both actions would cause no action delays!
Delays in anything photographic has always been avoided like a plague, so it's not very imaginative to have it back, for whatever reason...
My guess is, no-one's gonna like it.

6:02 pm - Tuesday, July 1, 2014