Nikon D7500 firmware update version 1.11 released


The D7500, one of the few remaining Nikon DSLR cameras, just got a new firmware update version 1.11 – here is the list of fixes:

  • Fixed an issue occurring during live-view photography with a mix of optically- and radio-controlled flash units that would sometimes result in the optically-controlled units not firing.
  • Fixed an issue occurring when a flash unit was mounted on the camera that would sometimes result in the camera ignoring the value selected for [ISO sensitivity settings] > [Maximum sensitivity with command dial] in the [PHOTO SHOOTING MENU] after settings were loaded using [Save/load settings] > [Load settings] in the [SETUP MENU].
  • Note: Performing a firmware update while the camera is affected by the second of the two issues above will not in itself correct the problem. After performing the update, you will need to either:
    • • reset all settings using [Reset all settings] > [Reset] in the [SETUP MENU], or
    • • load previously-saved settings (if available) from the memory card using [Save/load settings] > [Load settings] in the [SETUP MENU].

The Nikon D7500 camera is currently selling for $1000 at Adorama, Amazon, and B&H Photo.

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