Were you perhaps looking for a little more “S” with your OIS? Well, Fujifilm has served it up and they have made some of their telephoto lenses that more yummy.
Recently, Fuji announced firmware upgrades for the OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) function on some of their zoom lenses, namely the 10-24, 18-55, 55-200 and the 18-135. Therefore, if you own any of these lenses, update them and get a little more stabilized when you have those slower shutter speeds.
You can find the new firmware upgrades here: (https://d7100shooter.wordpress.com/2014/03/21/fuji-firmware-dropbox/).
As always, please be cautious when you are performing the firmware updates. Follow the instructions on the Fujifilm website step-by-step.
What does this update improve? Well, i am not sure how Fujifilm can possibly improve on their already awesome OIS system, but they have done so.
There are no details on their website. All that is written, is the fact that there has been an, “improvement of stability for OIS function”. That’s it. Short and sweet.
Now, you are probably wondering why they did not come out with firmware updates for the XC lenses? Well, if you remember, Fujifilm launched two new versions of their XC lenses not long ago. The major upgrade for those two lenses was the OIS. So, no need for a firmware update for those two lenses (16-50 & 50-230).
Go forth and get stabilized!
Thanks for looking.
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