Nikon D7100 C 1.01 Firmware Update

June 25, 2013 | Mark Goldstein | Digital SLR Cameras | 2 Comments |
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Nikon have released a new firmware update for the D7100 DSLR. Version C 1.01 includes 8 modifications, including when movie recording at 1920 × 1080/24p in M exposure mode, subject brightness did not change, even when shutter speed was adjusted.

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Modifications enabled in this version

- When images captured using a flash in Manual or Repeating flash flash mode were played back with the “Overview” display enabled, flash output level was displayed in the flash compensation portion of the display. This issue has been resolved.
- When the AE/AF lock button was pressed with Special Effects mode enabled, Selective Colour selected, and the view magnified with selective colour options displayed in live view, the image did not change while live view was active. This issue has been resolved.
- An issue that caused the Viewfinder Virtual Horizon to freeze when certain operations were performed has been resolved.
- When images captured with white balance bracketing enabled were played back, a white balance fine-tuning value of 9 (steps) was displayed even for images captured with a fine-tuning value of 10 (steps) applied. This issue has been resolved.
- An issue that prevented cursor movement when certain operations were performed in calendar playback mode has been resolved.
- The size of some text displayed in calendar playback mode has been modified.
- Display of focal lengths in 35mm [135] format recorded in image Exif data has been corrected.
- When movie recording at 1920 × 1080/24p in M exposure mode, subject brightness did not change, even when shutter speed was adjusted. This issue has been resolved.

https://nikoneurope-en.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/57567



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#1 gregory urbano

i am wondering if i should apply this update to my camera, i have the d7100 and am having no problems with it

7:54 pm - Thursday, June 27, 2013

#2 frank rijkers

I am always very nervous when it comes to deciding if I should do these updates when Like you, I have not noticed any problems. I did it once for a Nikon D60 and suddenly had lots of small but frustrating issues that I had not noticed before. I finally sold it and now have the d7100. I think I will leave things as they are for now.

5:32 am - Wednesday, July 24, 2013