Nikon D6 firmware update version 1.60 released

Today Nikon released firmware update version 1.60 for the D6 DSLR camera – here is the list of changes:

  • GNSS module firmware update is now available.
    Note: The second update is not necessary if the GNSS module’s firmware “G” is already 0.17, as with which version, the improvement has already been made.
    Note: Refer to “GNSS Module Firmware Update” for updating procedures.
  • The firmware for the GNSS module has been updated.
    • Improved acquisition performance when used in certain areas where the quasi-zenith satellite “QZSS” can be acquired.
  • Changed the default values for the following settings displayed when connecting wirelessly:
    • Encryption keys
    • The password displayed after the camera’s default settings are restored

The Nikon D6 never got a price drop after all those years – still selling for the original $6,497 price (Adorama | Amazon).

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