After pulling their v1.3.2 firmware for the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV a few weeks in the past over unspecified “points”, Canon has at this time launched a new v1.3.3 firmware to deal with them. Trying on the listing of modifications, nevertheless, it seems that a number of bugs have been addressed. Just one is restricted to issues launched by v1.3.2 and a pair existed in v1.3.1.
In line with the patch notes, 4 issues have been fastened, the primary of which was fastened in v1.3.2. Actually, it was the one change made in v 1.3.2, apart from apparently introducing a bug that brought about the speaker to generate a sound when the facility was turned on.
Firmware Model 1.3.3 incorporates the next fixes:
- Improves the digital camera’s connection compatibility to a PC whereas utilizing a USB 3.0 or larger appropriate cable.
- Fixes a difficulty, by which self-timer capturing can’t be carried out in Firmware Model 1.3.1 and 1.3.2.
- Fixes a difficulty, by which an digital beep doesn’t sound when registering an AF body because the AF begin place in Firmware Model 1.3.1 and 1.3.2.
- Fixes a difficulty, by which a small sound is generated from the speaker when the facility is turned on in Firmware Model 1.3.2.
*Merchandise 1 applies to Model 1.3.2, whereas Objects 2 via 4 apply to Model 1.3.3.
Firmware Model 1.3.3 is for cameras with firmware as much as Model 1.3.2. If the digital camera’s firmware is already Model 1.3.3, it’s not essential to replace the firmware.
So, if you happen to did improve to v1.3.2 earlier than Canon pulled it, or if you happen to’re operating an older firmware, you’ll most likely wish to replace. Quantity 2 specifically appears like an vital one to have fastened. Even if you happen to don’t use the self-timer frequently, you don’t need it screwing up on you while you want it.