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Fujifilm Pulls X-T2 Firmware v4.0 After Discovering ‘Malfunctions'

6 days ago   |   By Peta Pixel

Fujifilm has taken down its highly anticipated v4.0 firmware update for the X-T2, stating that “malfunctions” have been discovered. The new firmware launched about a week ago and brought internal F-log, HD 120fps, and focus bracketing to the X-T2, among other things.
In a notice posted to its website , Fujifilm apologized for the issues and promised a fix.
“It has been brought to our attention that there are a few issues with the recently released X-T2 ver 4.00 firmware update,” Fujifilm writes. “We have therefore taken the difficult decision to remove the update from the website until we...
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