Following a series of firmware releases earlier this month, Panasonic has released additional firmware updates for a large number of camera models, including several of its Micro Four Thirds offerings, many compact digital camera models and a couple of full-frame camera models. The updates add a number of new features and improvements ranging from expanded media and wireless transmitter compatibility to improved autofocus performance and ‘enhanced’ video functionality.
The updates were released on Tuesday, November 19, and are available to download from Panasonic now via the links below:
- DC-GH5: Version 2.6
- DC-GH5s: Version 1.4
- DC-G9: Version 2.0
- DC-GF9/GX800/GX850: Version 1.2
- DC-GF10/GX880: Version 1.2
- DMC-GX80/GX85: Version 1.3
- DC-S1: Version 1.3
- DC-S1R: Version 1.3
Some of the firmware updates are more notable than others. The G9 model, for example, has received support for recording 4K 30p/25p 4:2:2 10-bit video, as well as support for 4K 60p/50p 4:2:2 10-bit HDMI output. The model has also received variable frame rate shooting and HDR video support.
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