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Fuji X-T1 Firmware 4.0 Coming June 29th

By Anthony Thurston on June 24th 2015

The Fuji X-T10 is now hitting stores with its upgraded features and improved autofocus. X-T1 owners have been getting a little jealous of the features, knowing that the version 4.0 firmware was on the way. But now there is finally a date.


According to the latest news, the X-T1 version 4.0 firmware update will be dropping for users on June 29th. The update includes a whole host of new features, including, but not limited to, the improved AF technology in the X-T10, Exposure Compensation in Manual mode, and improved shutter speed dial operation.

 Full Fuji X-T1 Firmware 4.0 Features

  • Zone & Wide/Tracking modes for accurate capture of moving subjects
  • Delivering a more accurate focusing performance
  • Eye Detection AF
  • Auto Macro
  • Improved AF in the Movie mode for smoother video recording
  • Improved Shutter Speed Dial operation
  • Exposure Compensation in the Manual exposure mode
  • Finer lines on the framing grid enhances visibility
  • Name of silent mode changed to avoid confusion

All of these features ship in the new X-T10, so if you decide to get yourself an X-T10, there will be no need for a firmware update. The X-T1 is just being updated so that its features are in line with the newer X-T10.

What are your thoughts on this new firmware update? Are you going to be updating your firmware right away? Leave a comment below and let us know what you think!

[via photo rumors]

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Anthony Thurston is a photographer based in the Salem, Oregon area specializing in Boudoir. He recently started a new project, Fiercely Boudoir to help support the growing boudoir community. Find him over on Instagram. You may also connect with him via Email.

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Austin Swenson

    Oh Fuji, how I wish other companies were like you, offering the people what they want and even some things they didn’t know they wanted…

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  2. Scott Kretschmann

    I’m still rocking the X-E1. Probably tie for an upgrade but I’m too indecisive between these two bodies.

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  3. Kim Farrelly

    The Fuji’s have a habit of ignoring your minimum shutter speed setting and lowering it below your preset limit to achieve a good exposure, the camera only does this once your max ISO is reached. This solves this issue in one way effectively giving you ISO control[ish] of 6 stops on your right thumb and importantly with no pin lock to push to change the ISO value.
    There is no readout in the screen to tell you where your ec value is though.

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  4. Paul Empson

    ◾Exposure Compensation in the Manual exposure mode

    Glad to read that… it’s a big miss for me…

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    • Eric Sharpe

      What would this do, adjust ISO?

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    • Paul Empson

      Hi Eric,

      The way I shoot on my Nikons and want to on my X-T1 is to set ISO to Auto and then manually set my shutter and aperture… basically I’m happy with the quality of the image on my cameras at any ISO it chooses (the range I set in the menu)

      By shooting like this the X-T1 currently try’s to ‘average’ the scene… yes I can use spot or centre weighted… but by having the exposure compensation I can tweak the cameras guestemate (mathematical and algorithmic whiz bang computing) with how I want the image to look…

      On my Nikons I find it particularly useful, for instance.. shooting a bride entering a church when backlit, I want her to be silhouetted.. but some detail in her face.. dial in a little over exposure.. excellent..

      At present if I do this on my X-T1 the camera’s Auto ISO just compensates for my changes to keep the ‘average’ exposure… the mathematicians… think perceive as correct…

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    • Eric Sharpe

      Yep, that’s exactly what I was wondering. I also set my Nikons to auto ISO, with a cap at 1600. So, I just manually set the ISO to 100, and let the camera make the adjustment it thinks it needs to make. I thought the Fuji was doing kind of the same thing, but wasn’t sure. Good info!

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  5. Brandon Dewey

    good info

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