Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Pentax K-7 Firmware Update 1.01: Selective Point Fix

Well, the cat's out of the bag! Pentax has released a fix for one of their newest cameras, the K-7 DSLR, within the same month of its US release. And as speculated, the first firmware update for the K-7 addresses the highly contentious default behaviour of the 4-way controller for some of those users frustrated by having to press the OK button to allow the controller to move the AF point.

v1.01
Added a custom function to the K-7's Custom Function menu that affects the behavior of the 4-way controller when using user-selectable focus point adjustment.

For Windows (Download zip from www.pentaximaging.com)
Mac (Download zip from www.pentaximaging.com)

(Via DPReview Forums)

2 comments:

Miserere said...

Hopefully there will be another firmware update soon fixing the dreaded Green Line. Pentax cannot afford to fall asleep now.

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My colleague has just bought one and he swears it is the best photography camera ever!

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