Discussion in 'X-T3, X-T2, X-T1, X-T20, X-T10, X-T100' started by BillC-PA, Jun 13, 2018.
Firmware update 4.10
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I am getting a "FIRMWARE NOT FOUND IN CARD SLOT 1. TURN OFF CAMERA. message.
Make sure you have accurately loaded the update to the top directory of the SD card, it must read exactly FWUP0010.DAT and nothing else.
Just to duly check out the basics:
- download the latest FW from fujifilm.com support site to your comp (FW has to be newer than the one in the camera, i.e. of higher ver. No.)
- copy the file FWUP0010.DAT on a SD card
- once duly copied, insert the SD (on which you have only the file FWUP0010.DAT) in slot 1 of the camera
- turn the camera on while holding the disp/back button pressed
Camera recognises the FW but still makes you select the upgrade of the body (not of the lens). The rest should be easy...
Thanks guys..I inadvertently downloaded 2 and it added a (1) copy suffix
Been there, done that!
There ya go, next time I’ll bet you check!
Indeed I will! Thanks
The firmware for the X-T2 will always be: FWUP0010.DAT
Ecactly, and to avoid confusion it is really best to delete older versions of the firmware, since you can NOT go back to a previous version they really have no further use.
Mine says I have uploaded the firmware successfully... even when I recheck the installed version, it says 4.01, however, I do not have any of the functionality of said update. IE no, 120 fps at 1080, focus bracketing, etc.
How do I fix that... I have tried loading reinstalling the firmware twice now, same result.
So I have installed 4.10 and for the life of me, I don't see the SELECT FOLDER option.
Other added functions like Flicker Reduction are there, but for the life of me I cannot find the SELCET FOLDER option.
Anyone having the same issue?
When doing an update, Fuji recommend that:
!/. Have a fully charged battery
2/. Format the SD card from slot 1 in the camera.
3/. Transfer the .DAT file onto it from your computer
4/. Replace the card in the camera
5/. Turn on the camera while pressing the DISP/BACK button.
I seem to remember that when 4.0 was first released there was a link to an addendum for the manual explaining the new functions, but I can't find it.
Can someone point me in the right direction please as I want to play with the "FOCUS BRACKETING".
I understand the "steps", 2-999 - how many pictures you want to take but what are the "STEP" and "INTERVAL" please? If the "INTERVAL" is in seconds, how can one hand hold the camera as I have seen pictures of someone who did?
Check out this YouTube video. It’s all very well explained here.
I gather one needs Photoshop or similar to be able to process" the images after capture. I only have a fairly old Photoshop Lightroom 5 which I got free when I bought a Canon quite a few years ago. Hope it can cope with this, can't afford a new version