Fujifilm has released a firmware update for its X-T3 mirrorless camera. The headline improvement is autofocus. The company says that autofocus has been improved for foreground subjects, “even when there is a mixture of foreground and background subjects within a AF frame.” Other areas include tracking performance with eye AF as well as face detection when there are faces of different sizes in the frame.
Version 3.20 of the firmware also brings the ability to save up to 9,999 images in each folder (a 10-fold increase from the current limit) and fixes issues with autofocus in video (such as “focus hunting at the minimum aperture” and a rogue black line appearing at the bottom of the frame). A few other bugs have been squashed in this update, too.
Check out the X-T3 page on Fujifilm’s website to find out more and download version 3.20. By the way, anyone frustrated with the problems connecting X-system cameras to Apple and Google’s latest operating systems (iOS 13 and Android 10) will be pleased to hear that the Fujifilm Camera Remote has also finally been updated. Download the free app from the Google Play Store or iOS App Store.
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