As noted above, the headline feature for this Fujifilm X-T2 firmware update is the addition of tethering compatibility with Fujifilm’s upcoming X-T2 tethering program. This will give X-T2 photographers the ability to connect their X-T2 to their computer and shoot images directly from the camera onto the computer. This has been a long-requested feature from studio-based Fujifilm photographers.
But that’s not all.
In typical Fujifilm fashion, the firmware update also includes a number of bugs fixes aimed at improving the usability of the X-T2 in specific situations, as well as fixing the X-T2’s compatibility with the Nissin i40 Speedlight.
Other Fujifilm X-T2 Firmware Version 1.10 Updates
- Lock function during shooting mode is added. The update will let users prevent from the unexpected dial/button operation.
- The shutter speed will be displayed in a preview image with the setting of SHUTTER AE OFF, ISO AUTO and Aperture-Priority.
- The phenomenon is fixed that overexposure could happen with the setting of AF-C mode, AF-C PRIORITY SELECTION and FACE DETECTION ON.
- The phenomenon is fixed that AF function doesn’t work well in the tele-photo area with XF18-135mmF3.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR.
- The phenomenon is fixed that hung-up could happen when carrying out SELECT FROM NETWORK LIST of MANUAL SETUP in PC AUTO SAVE SETTING.
- The phenomena is fixed that CH HIGH SPEED BURST (continuous high speed) doesn’t work well with fixed exposure and fixed amount of flash luminescence (TTL-L or flash M mode) while used with FUJIFILM Shoe Mount Flash (excluding EF-X8)
- The phenomenon is fixed that Flash i40 made by Nissin for FUJIFILM doesn’t fire.
If you are an X-T2 owner, you can get your hands on this new firmware update over on the Fujifilm website, here.