Fujifilm has announced firmware version 2.10 for the X-T3 mirrorless camera. The minor update means video files are no longer split when the size reaches 4GB, instead recording as a single file—provided the SD card being used is at least 64GB in capacity. (With 32GB cards, long movies are still seamlessly stored in multiple 4GB files.)
Fujifilm also says they’ve fixed “slight defects”—which we’re assuming means that they’ve ironed out one or two minor software bugs.
For instructions on how to download the latest firmware, visit Fujifilm’s X-T3 support page.
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