Updating nikon camera firmware
Nikon has also used the update to broadened its support for AF-P lenses.
This follows the news of its first full-frame AF-P lens, the AF-P Nikkor 70-300mm F4.5-5.6E ED VR, which was announced earlier this week.
Wish list to Nikon- Flash Focus Assist light enabled in AF-C mode.
Meaning even the flash focus assist light will turn on to help track the subject in esp if the subject is dark.
Seeing as they are both supposed to have the same AF systems, surely it can't be that hard to update to the same features in both cameras. I would love to have these new features to try out on the D500.
If they improve the D5 AF any more over the D500, they may not be able to claim the 'same AF as the D5' in their literature and ads. The D500 was pitched as having the same AF system/features as the D5. I've found its AF a little wanting for something else & clearly Nikon felt the same way about the D5DOF only applies when making the photo via the Image sensor.
The AF sensor is the same and is in the same position in the camera and also lenses are the same.
Note: Due to the possibility of this firmware update breaking compatibility with some third party lenses, you may want to keep an older version of the firmware on-hand just in case you need to roll back the update.Other changes include updates to the photo info display to show the colour temperature of images captured using the Auto white balance setting, as well as the addition of an EXIF tag listing to show the difference between the local time zone and UTC.Nikon has also announced a v1.13 firmware update for its D500 DSLR and v1.3 firmware for its B700 compact camera.(thanks Richy) Download: Nikon D600 Firmware v.1.03 Nikon D610 Firmware v.1.02 Note: Once this firmware is installed, the Windows edition of Camera Control Pro 2 versions 2.22.0 and earlier will no longer be able to detect the camera. Nikon has pushed out several updates today, increasing its D5 firmware from version 1.10 to 1.20, its D500 firmware from version 1.00 to 1.12, and its Coolpix B700 firmware from version 1.2 to 1.3.
Your D7200 doesn't fully support AF-P lenses, and so they will park after the timeout period.