New firmware updates released for the Nikon D6 and Nikon P950 cameras

Nikon released new firmware updates for the D6 and P950 cameras:

Nikon D6 firmware update version 1.51:

  • Fixed the following issues:
    • Taking pictures with [Enable] selected for [Flicker reduction] > [Flicker reduction setting] in the [PHOTO SHOOTING MENU] and aperture stopped down using either a camera control to which depth-of-field preview was assigned or the aperture stop-down button on a PC lens would in rare cases cause the camera to stop responding with “Err” displayed in the top control panel and viewfinder.
    • Double-tapping the display to cancel playback zoom would result in the monitor failing to turn off automatically following the delay selected for Custom Setting c4 [Monitor off delay] > [Playback] in the [CUSTOM SETTING MENU].
    • Sliding the vibration reduction mode switch on an AI AF VR Zoom-Nikkor 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6D ED lens from “ON” to “OFF” would disable autofocus on the camera to which the lens was attached.

Nikon Coolpix P950 firmware update version 1.3:

  • Fixed the following issues:
    • Pictures taken using [Multiple exp. Lighten] > [Star trails] would be overexposed.
    • The camera would sometimes stop responding to all control inputs when photographs were taken at a setting of [Continuous H: 120 fps] or [Continuous H: 60 fps].

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