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The much awaited R5, R6, 1DX Mark III firmware is released
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The much awaited R5, R6, 1DX Mark III firmware is released

As of right now the firmware is available out of Canon Asia, however, tomorrow the firmware should be available out of the rest of the Canon global sites.

Canon EOS R5 - Firmware 1.3.0 download here

Firmware Version 1.3.0 incorporates the following fixes and enhancements:

  1. Adds [Canon Log 3] to [Canon Log settings]. You can select [Canon Log] or [Canon Log 3] from [Canon Log settings] in the Shooting tab of the menu.
  • Support for RAW movies shot with Canon Log3 and RAW (Light) will be available in Cinema RAW Development and in Digital Photo Professional version in a future update.
  • Digital Photo Professional will also support the processing of RAW movies shot in Canon Log3 settings and the application of Viewing LUT in future update.
  1. Adds [RAW (Light)] to the movie recording size and [IPB (Light)] to 8K/4K to enable lower bit rate shooting. These settings can also be selected when RAW+MP4 is set.
  2. Adds a high frame rate of 119.9 fps/100.0 fps to the Full HD movie recording size.
  3. Adds [Electronic full-time MF] to the AF tab of the menu. When a lens is attached, manual focus adjustment is always possible with both One-shot AF and Servo AF.
  4. Adds [6: Monitor Off] to [Shooting info. disp.: Screen info. settings] in the Shooting tab of the menu. This update makes it possible for the camera's monitor to be turned off at all times during shooting.
  5. The transfer time (estimated value) now displays on the camera monitor during FTP transfer.
  6. Adds the ability, when transferring images via FTP, to select protected images that failed to be transferred and protected images that have not yet been transferred and transfer them all at once.
  7. Adds [Save/load cam settings on card] to the Function settings tab of the menu.
  8. This allows you to save the camera settings to a card, or load a saved file and restore the camera to the settings you saved to a card.
  9. Fixes a phenomenon, in which, in rare instances, the camera does not function normally when using certain CFexpress cards.
  10. Fixes a phenomenon, in which in rare instances, the camera cannot function normally when the drive mode is set to "High-speed continuous shooting" to shoot still images continuously.
  11. Fixes a phenomenon in which the power may become suspended when the camera is powered via USB for an extended period of time.

Canon EOS R6 - firmware download here

Firmware Version 1.3.0 incorporates the following fixes and enhancements:

  1. Adds [IPB (Light)] to 4K to enable lower bit rate shooting.
  2. Adds [Electronic full-time MF] to the AF tab of the menu. When a lens is attached, manual focus adjustment is always possible with both One-shot AF and Servo AF.
  3. The transfer time (estimated value) now displays on the camera monitor during FTP transfer.
  4. Fixes a phenomenon, in which in rare instances, the camera cannot function normally when the drive mode is set to "High-speed continuous shooting" to shoot still images continuously.
  5. Fixes a phenomenon that may corrupt the image displayed in the viewfinder.
  6. Fixes a phenomenon in which the power may become suspended when the camera is powered via USB for an extended period of time.

Canon EOS 1DX Mark III - firmware download here

Firmware Version 1.4.0 incorporates the following fixes and enhancements:

  1. Adds [RAW (Light)] to the movie recording size and [IPB (Light)] to 4K to enable lower bit rate shooting. These settings can also be selected when RAW+MP4 is set.
  2. The transfer time (estimated value) now displays on the camera monitor during FTP transfer.
  3. Improves communication reliability when using FTP and USB simultaneously.

Gordon from CameraLabs has already reviewed the firmware update, watch the video here.


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