Nikon has issued a slew of firmware updates for nine of its cameras, including the D810, D810A, D800, D800E, D7200, D7100, Df, D4 and D4s.
All of the Nikon cameras will receive added support for AF-P lenses via the new firmware, of which Nikon says it fixes the following issues:
- If the standby timer expires after focusing, the focus position will no longer change when the timer is reactivated.
- When focus is adjusted by rotating the lens focus ring, the focus indicator in the viewfinder (and in live view, the focus point in the monitor) now flash to indicate when infinity or the minimum focus distance is reached.
The Nikon D810 and D810A get added fixes to their microphones and multiple exposure modes. The firmware also corrects an issue in the D7200 and D7100 where users reported incorrect exposures when shooting with E-type lenses in Live View.
The Nikon Df, D800, D800E, D4 and D4s also get support for AF-P DX lenses in the firmware updates.