Sony Releases Firmware Update FW 1.10 for Sony a7RII Cameras

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Sony has released camera firmware update FW 1.10 for Sony a7RII mirrorless cameras.

This utility updates the ILCE-7RM2 system software to version 1.10, and provides the following benefits:

  • Reduces the chance of the camera changing to front focus when shooting certain scenes. (Note: This symptom rarely occurs.)
  • Decreases chroma noise when Long Exposure NR (Noise Reduction) is set to Off. (Note: The noise does not occur when Long Exposure NR is set to On.
  • Improves continuous shooting at Hi speed so that it can be used as long with the flash as without the flash.

    DOWNLOAD LINKS:

    Sony a7RII (ILCE-7RM2) Camera Firmware Update 1.10: MAC | WIN

    MAC 10.10 YOSEMITE USERS:

    MAC 10.10 Yosemite users if you have not already done so, you will need to first install Mac OS X 10.10 Driver Loader before running any updates.

    Before you attempt to update a camera, PLEASE READ & FOLLOW all the directions very carefully! Shut down every other application on your computer. Disable Sleep mode on your computer. Remove you camera memory card and Disable any pop-ups or security software.

    Updates take about 15 minutes the camera screen may go blank during that time – DO NOT TOUCH yoour camera while it is updating. Just don’t.

    WARNING: Each utility is designed for a specific camera. Do not install this utility with any other model besides a7RII.

    WARNING: This Digital Camera firmware update and any changes incurred by it are permanent. It is not possible to return to a previous firmware version after updating this firmware. By continuing this update process and downloading and updating this firmware, you acknowledge that you are aware and understand that this update cannot be reversed.

    IMPORTANT: Do not allow the computer to enter Sleep (Standby) mode during the update process. To change your settings, please refer to your computer manual or consult the manufacturer.

    WARNING: The camera may not operate properly if the power is interrupted during the update: When performing the firmware update, use a fully charged NP-FW50 rechargeable battery pack, or the AC-PW20 AC adapter/charger.
    To ensure that no other program interferes with the installation, save all work and close all other programs.

    If you’re not familiar with Sony firmware updates – print out the instructions as a reference during the installation process.

    The update process takes about fifteen minutes to complete.

    WARNING: Do not power off the camera or disconnect the USB cable until the update process is complete.

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    3 thoughts on “Sony Releases Firmware Update FW 1.10 for Sony a7RII Cameras”

    1. Yes I have had the front focus issue. Specifically with the 24-70 FE only, all other lenses perfect.
      So this is great work from Sony to recognise and fix the issue so quickly!!!

    2. From what I read the A7R2 focus acquisition was unlike the other A7 in the style of DSLRs with fully open aperture. I would assume the lens design for DSLR lenses are OK, otherwise we would have front focus issues in the the DSLR forums. Microadjust can only program an offset for the fully open aperture measurements, have not seen a aperture correction curve yet. So has the advantage of utilising all available light and narrow DOF for focusing been traded to fix a focus shift issue of some lenses? I’m very wary of upgrading as once done one cannot go back and I’m happy with what the latest Metabones firmware can achieve with Canon lenses. With a upgrade affecting AF, do we have possibly new compatibility issues with present adapter firmware that in turn need fixing and I would have to wait for? We know too little on what Sony has done, may be the fix is selective and not global. I would have liked the other benefits of the upgrade.

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