Fujifilm Releases another Fix for the X-H1, Updates X-T2

Fujifilm X-H1 may be the company’s best camera yet, but the company has also been busy fixing a few bugs. After a delay on the previously announced bugs, the fix is finally out as version 1.10. The firmware fixes earlier bugs caused by a specific mix of settings including an error with both the front curtain shutter and flicker reduction turned on. The update also improves overall operability, Fujifilm says.

The X-T2 is also getting an update to fix a bug, but it’s a temporary fix until a complete update scheduled for next month. An error in the “Select Folder” options that caused some files to be overwritten is temporarily disabled because the options that caused those errors are removed from the camera with the firmware. Fujifilm is introducing another firmware update in July that is expected to return those features without the bug.

The update also includes focus bracketing, enhanced phase detection, the addition of flicker reduction and a handful of other enhancements.