Fujifilm X-T3 firmware update Ver. 2.10 and Ver. 3.0

Fujifilm is one camera company that has always tried to provide its users with the best camera experience and to that end they have always released firmware updates for their cameras that not only fix existing issues but also give the cameras a new set of features entirely. It is no wonder that they have released 250+ firmware updates since the launch of the original Fujifilm X100 camera.


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The FujifilmX-T3 firmware Version 2.10

The following features are a part the firmware version 2.10:

After updating the firmware, it will be possible to record movie files which are over 4GB movie file as a single file. Earlier the movie files would be split after the file reached 4GB file size.

There is one condition though - that you should be using an SD card with more than 32GB capacity.

If you are using a card of 32GB or less, the video file will be recorded continuously but upon reaching the 4GB file size, the video will be recorded onto a separate file.

The version 2.10 also promises a fix of slight defects.

The FujifilmX-T3 firmware Version 3.0

At the recently concluded X Summit, Fujifilm also promised a future fimware version 3.0 for the Fujifilm X-T3, which will be released in April, in all probability.

The version 3.0 firmware update for the Fujifilm X-T3 promises a much improved auto focus mode with enhanced face detection. It also promises better eye auto focus and much improved tracking - in both, photo and video mode.

The upcoming firmware update also promises the ability to select a face for tracking when there are multiple subjects present in shot. The touch operation will be more responsive and quicker.

You can read our review of the Fujifilm X-T3 here or watch the review video below

Fujifilm really seems to be on a roll as far as development and releases go. They also announced the younger sibling of the Fujifilm X-T3 - the Fujifilm X-T30.