Now that I've actually embarked on the process, I get a warning "When you update your firmware to version 3.0, camera
settings are reset."
On 5/8/2017 1:58 PM, Moose wrote:
"Feature Update 3.0: Download Your New E-M5 Mark II" is the headline of an
email I just received.
A reminder for those of us who forget that Update 2.0 brought really new features, mostly Focus Bracketing, that did
make it seem like a new camera.
This isn't as ground breaking, but has nice things in it and reassures us that they haven't forgotten us who have so
far eschewed the E-M1 II:
• Now compatible with flash controller Profoto Air Remote TTL-O
• Save and reload all camera settings / MySets using the Olympus Digital
• Midtone adjustment added in Highlight & Shadow control
• Spot Metering point can now be linked to the AF point.
As befits Dr. No Flash, I don't even know what the first is about.
The second is a BIG DEAL to me. Fumble Fingers and firmware updates won't leave my puzzling through my notes to get
back set up properly again. With two E-M5 II bodies, the prospect of syncing them without going through the menus
together is exhilarating!
For last major update, they warned "When updating the firmware from version 1.x to 2.1, the camera settings are
reset." There's no such warning for this update, so perhaps the update that fixes a problem won't, itself, cause that
The third doesn't add anything for me.
The fourth could be useful. I can think of at least a couple of occasions in the last few days where it should have
made correct exposure in awkward lighting easier.
What if the Hokey Pokey *IS* what it's all about?
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/