Nikon D6 firmware update version 1.11 released

Nikon released new firmware version 1.11 for the Nikon D6 DSLR camera. Here is the list of fixes:

  • In the case of zoom lenses for which no previous saved values existed, performing auto AF fine-tuning at one focal length (minimum or maximum) would result in the value for the remaining focal length failing to save correctly. This fix was accompanied by changes in the workflow.
  • When radio-controlled AWL was used with two or more remote flash units, flash output for i-TTL flash control would not be adjusted to reflect the values chosen for:
    • flash compensation,
    • exposure compensation (Entire frame selected for Custom Setting e3 Exposure comp. for flash in the CUSTOM SETTING MENU),
    • the flash bracketing increment, or
    • the exposure/flash bracketing increment

The new firmware can be downloaded here

The Nikon D6 is now in stock at: AdoramaB&H | WEX | Park Camera | Calumet | Camera Canada.

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