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Nikon releases new firmware for D2X, D2Hs  
Tuesday, November 8, 2005 | by Rob Galbraith

Nikon today has released new firmware for the D2X and D2Hs digital SLR cameras. The release notes indicate the following changes in firmware update v1.0.1 for both models:

  • Autofocus performance has been increased. 

  • An issue that prevented the AF-assist illuminator from firing when the Speedlights listed below were used has been corrected. Speedlights effected: SB-29s, SB-29, SB-23, SB-22s, SB-22, SB-20

  • In images captured at a shutter speed of 1/250s with a Speedlight SB-800, set to Distance-priority manual flash (GN), or Manual flash (M) with flash output set to full (M1/1) mounted on the camera, the top portion was often dark.  This issue has been addressed.  However, under the circumstances described above only, the guide number is reduced from that of full flash output level by approximately 0.6 EV. 

  • Images captured at white-balance settings of Incandescent, Direct sunlight, Cloudy, Shade, and Choose color temp. tended to have a reddish tint.  This issue has been addressed.

  • Errors in Dutch menus have been corrected. 

Both the A and B firmware in the camera is updated to v1.0.1. The firmware is posted for download on various Nikon support sites worldwide. Follow one of the links below.

D2X Firmware Update 1.0.1 Links

D2Hs Firmware Update 1.0.1 Links

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