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FUJIFILM X-E2

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X-E2 Firmware Ver.2.00 Enhancements

You can download the dedicated firmware from here.

Enhanced EVF including the world's fastest* display lag-time of 0.005 sec.

The firmware will shorten the display lag-time** for the FUJIFILM X-E2's Electronic Viewfinder (EVF) to less than 1/10 that of the current firmware. This new enhancement will bring the X-E2 up to speed with the FUJIFILM X-T1 -- the world's fastest 0.005 sec. for ultimate performance as a Real Time Viewfinder. Also it enhances the frame rate of the viewfinder and maintains the highest frame rate, even in low light conditions or night-time photography, providing smooth live view images through the lens.

Selectable colors for outlines in Focus Peak Highlight

Focus Peak Highlight is a focus-aiding function that highlights the outlines of areas that have high subject contrast. This firmware allows you to select Blue or Red, in addition to the current White, to highlight the areas of strong contrast. The strength of the color display can be also adjusted between High and Low according to the type of subject or your personal preference.

Added functions that can be assigned to the Fn (Function) button

You can now assign the "Face Detection" and "EVF / LCD Setting" selection functions to four Fn (Function) buttons on the top and back of the camera in shooting mode. When set to "EVF / LCD Setting", the button is used to switch between four modes, i.e. "Eye Sensor Mode" (automatically switching the EVF and LCD displays when the user's eye comes close to the viewfinder), "EVF Only", "LCD Only" and "EVF Only + Eye Sensor".

Added "Suppressed Flash" option when selecting flash mode

Once the firmware is updated, a "Suppressed Flash” mode (where the flash does not fire even when the subject is poorly lit) can be selected from the flash menu.

You can download the dedicated firmware from here.

Notes

  • · Sample photos are simulated images.
  • * Fujifilm research as of January 2014.
  • ** Time lag between actual subject movements and subject movements seen through a viewfinder.