Nikon has released new firmware for its Coolpix A1000 digital compact cameras, with 1.3 as the version number. These cameras have a 1 / 2.3 “image sensor with 16 megapixels on board and have a built-in lens with a range of 24 to 840mm, which brings the optical zoom to 35x. The firmware can be run from Windows or macOS. machine and is approximately 16MB in size The list of changes for this update is as follows:
Changes from Firmware Version 1.2 to 1.3The following issues have been resolved:
- Photos were sometimes not saved on some SD memory cards.
- If Shooting Date was selected for Name Folders in the Nikon Transfer 2 tab Primary Target when photos were copied to a computer connected to the camera via USB, RAW images were transferred not using “Capture Date” but using “Transfer Date” .
Changes from Firmware Version 1.1 to 1.2The following issues have been resolved:
- When users tried to pair the camera with the smart device using the SnapBridge app in iOS 13, pairing failed and a message was displayed.
- At default settings with a battery installed and the camera connected to an EH-73P Charging AC Adapter via a UC-E21 USB cable, the power (charge) lamp did not blink and the battery was not charged when the adapter was connected.
- In some locations, location data was not collected or saved with photos, even if Yes was selected for Location data> Get from smart device in the Setup menu.
Changes from Firmware Version 1.0 to 1.1The following issues have been resolved:
- Tapping certain areas of the display when trying to select certain items in the Fn menu caused the camera to become unresponsive.
- Tapping to the right of 6400 when attempting to select an ISO value from the Fn menu caused the camera to exit to a higher menu level.
- About pictures taken under a specific exposure with Auto (normal) or Auto. (warm light) selected for White balance, there was a blue cast.
- In Continuous H, Continuous M, and Continuous L release modes, frame rates became slower as shutter speeds became faster.
- Sometimes the camera stopped responding during a burst when RAW was selected for Image quality.
- The camera sometimes became unresponsive when playing back pictures taken during a burst with RAW selected for Image quality.
- Sound for movies recorded under certain conditions was sometimes split.
- Location data downloaded via SnapBridge was sometimes not saved with photos.
|Operating systems||Windows 7, macOS, Windows 8, Windows 10|