In 2020, Nikon updated its Z series of mirrorless cameras. The Japanese company has launched three Z-series cameras, namely the Nikon Z5, Nikon Z6 II and Nikon Z7 II. Of those three, Nikon Z6 II received a software update. Nikon Z6 II firmware update version 1.01 resolves an overexposure problem in photos.
As reported by Nikon Rumors, the new software update for the Z6 II contains a single fix. Camera users have been seen complaining of overexposure in images taken in continuous shooting mode. When a user clicks a photo using a human or animal face / eye detection AF-area mode, the exposure is excessive. This is what has been fixed with the new update.
The firmware version for the Z6 II camera is available for Windows and the macOS operating system. For Windows users, the free firmware supports Microsoft Windows 10 Home, Microsoft Windows 10 Pro, Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise, Microsoft Windows 8.1, Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro, and Microsoft Windows 8.1 Enterprise. For macOS users, firmware version 1.01 is compatible with macOS Catalina version 10.15, macOS Mojave version 10.14, macOS High Sierra version 10.13, and macOS Sierra version 10.12
To install Nikon Z6 II firmware update version 1.01, click Here.
Speaking of the Nikon Z6 II camera model, it brings incremental upgrades over the existing Nikon Z6 camera. The latest Z6 II packs a 24.5-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, dual EXPEED 6 image processors, 4K / 60p video recording capability, 14fps maximum burst and two memory card slots.
The latest Nikon Z6 II is also compatible with the beta version of the Nikon Webcam Utility software. The Webcam Utility software allows Nikon mirrorless camera or DSLR to transform into a webcam. Well, this is really useful in the days of the new coronavirus pandemic, when many people have opted for remote working strategies.
The Nikon Z6 II is up for grabs in India and retails for Rs 1.64,995. When you pair the latest Z6 II camera with a 24-70mm lens, the kit is available for Rs 2,09,995.
Nikon Z6 II camera users complained of overexposure in images taken in continuous shooting mode. The company has now released the free firmware update version 1.01 to fix the problem.
- Nikon has released a new firmware update for the Nikon Z6 II camera model.
- Firmware update version 1.01 for Nikon Z6 II contains a single fix.
- The latest Nikon firmware solves an overexposure problem in photos if taken in continuous shooting mode.