Firmware Version 220.127.116.11.00 is for Cinema EOS C100 cameras with Firmware Version 18.104.22.168.00. If your camera's firmware is already version 22.214.171.124.00, it is not necessary to update the firmware. Once the camera is updated to the latest firmware version, it cannot be restored to a previous version.
Download the new version of the User Manual for the EOS C100 Cinema EOS Camera which provides more information on the new features and benefits available in this firmware update.
Canon EOS C100 Firmware Version 126.96.36.199.00
Canon EOS C300 Firmware Version 188.8.131.52.00
Firmware Version 184.108.40.206.00 incorporates the following additional functions and modifications:
EOS C300 Cinema EOS Camera & EOS C300 PL Cinema EOS Camera
EOS C300 Cinema EOS Camera only
Gamma information will not be shown correctly in the metadata of clips filmed on the Wide DR gamma setting included in Firmware Version 220.127.116.11.00 and above when using the bundled software application Canon XF Utility Ver.1.3.1 or earlier. Therefore, we recommend our customers install Canon XF Utility Ver.1.3.2. The installer for this application has already been released.
Canon XF Utility 1.3.2 for Windows
If your camera's firmware is already Version 18.104.22.168.00, it is not necessary to update the firmware. Once the camera is updated to the latest firmware version, it cannot be restored to a previous version.
For further details, please refer to the latest version of the instruction manual for this product, which will be released at the same time as this firmware update.
Download the new version of the Instruction Manual for EOS C300, EOS C300 PL Cinema EOS Camera which provides more information on the new features and benefits available in this firmware update.
Canon EOS C300 Firmware Version 22.214.171.124.00
Adorama carries the Canon EOS C100 and C300 cinema cameras.
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|Product Name||Capacity||Speed Class||Price||Start of Sales|
|SD-WD032G||32GB||Class 10||Open||Nov. 16th, 2013 in Japan|
Main Specifications of the New Product
|Series Name||FlashAir™ W-02|
|Speed Class||Class 10|
|Compliant Standard||SD Memory Card Standard Ver.4.00|
|Wireless LAN Standard||IEEE802.11 b/g/n|
|Wireless LAN Security||WEP, TKIP, AES(WPA, WPA2)|
|Power Supply Voltage||2.7-3.6V|
|Operating Environment||Temperature: -25°C to 85°C|
Relative humidity: 95% at 25°C (no condensation)
|Please check the latest status on the following URL.|
Modifications enabled with version 2.16.0
Modifications that apply to both the Windows and Macintosh versions
And what’s the most unusual job you’ve ever done?
The weirdest must be taking the 360° image of Raja, a Komodo dragon at London Zoo. I wasn’t allowed to enter the enclosure – these are big, dangerous predators – so I had to teach the head keeper how to use my D800. He went in there armed with a stick, and bottle of fish juice and blood which he scattered around to tempt Raja out into the open.
Just as we’d finally gotten the shot, Raja started to take a huge interest in the camera and tried to run off with it. The keeper managed to rescue it by hooking the strap on the end of his stick, and then Raja started to chase him round the pond. So there was this poor guy, fish-juice bottle in one hand, D800 dangling from the stick in the other, with the Komodo dragon in hot pursuit… When he finally got out and I got my camera back, the smell from where it had been licked was disgusting. I wasn’t allowed to leave the zoo until the strap had been boil-washed and my D800 had been completely swabbed down and disinfected. I could still smell that saliva on it two months later!
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This is The-Digital-Picture.com's Weekend Recap for the week ending November 9th, 2013.
In the news...
On Tuesday, Nikon finally announced their retro-styled full-frame camera – the 16.2 megapixel Df, along with a redesigned 50mm f/1.8 special edition lens. The Df combines design elements inspired by Nikon’s classic “F” series with modern technology borrowed from the D4. The camera features a robust design with mechanical dials for ISO, shutter speed, and exposure compensation. The Df will hit the shelves later this month with an MSRP of $2,749.95 (body only) or right at three grand for the camera & 50mm f/1.8 SE lens kit.
Also on Tuesday, Profoto announced their TTL enabled, battery-powered and completely cordless off-camera flash – the B1. The B1’s battery will give you up to 220 full-power (500 watt-second) flashes from a single charge and recycles in less than 2 seconds. The B1 will be available in December for a suggested retail price of $1,995.00.
On Thursday, Tamron announced the development of its SP 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Di VC USD lens. The lens features an optical construction of 20 elements in 13 groups with 3 Low Dispersion glass elements, a compact design, and a redesigned tripod mount. Unfortunately, the release date and price are as of yet, unknown.
On Friday, we posted a screenshot of Canon Korea’s teaser page and asked – what do you think it is? So far, most people believe the soon-to-be-announced camera is a white Rebel-series camera. We probably won’t have to wait much longer to find out…
In site news and reviews...
On Wednesday, we asked for your most challenging shot stories. We want to know what challenges you faced when capturing your toughest shot.
Our first visitor-submitted challenging shot story was posted the following day and involved the complexities of shooting a Tesla machine and theatre performance.
And, for our deal of the week…
On Friday, we posted a deal from DigitalRev where you could get Sigma 35mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art lens for $769.00. That’s a $130.00 savings off the normal retail price.
This has been the The-Digital-Picture.com’s Weekend Recap. Thanks for listening, and as always, happy shooting!
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New Lens Profile Support for CS6 and CC
|Lens Name||Lens Mount|
|Canon EF-M 11-22mm f/4-5.6 IS STM||Canon EOS M|
|Nikon 1 NIKKOR AW 11-27.5mm f/3.5-5.6||Nikon|
|Nikon 1 NIKKOR AW 10mm f/2.8||Nikon|
|Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 58mm f/1.4G||Nikon|
|Sigma 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM A013||Nikon|
New Features for Camera Raw 8.3 for Creative Cloud
The following new Features have been added in Camera Raw 8.3 for CC:
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