New firmware for Sony Alpha 850/900: Tomorrow Now confirmed

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Update: This is now confirmed and the firmware can be downloaded freely.

According to SonyAlphaRumors.com, Sony will present tomorrow a new version of the firmware for the Sony Alpha 850 and 900 SLR Full Frame photo cameras. It should bring:

  • Faster Autofocus
  • Maximum exposure compensation range: Increased from ±3EV to ±5EV
  • Increased exposure bracketing range for HDR: from a maximum of 4.0EV (three shots at -2EV, 0EV, +2EV) to a maximum of 6.0EV (-3EV, 0EV, +3EV).
  • Shutter release, even when the camera body doesn’t detect an attached lens.

Download the new (free) firmware from Sony. As soon as it is available. Right now!

The direct link: http://support.sony-europe.com/dime/downloads/downloads.aspx?site=odw_fr_FR&f=FW_DSLR_A850_A900_V2_WIN_MAC&m=DSLR-A850

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