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CyberDyneSystems
24th of March 2008 (Mon), 09:50
>> Click here for all the latest EOS Firmware updates << (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd-e.html)

>>Canon USAs current list of links<<,
subject to change constantly as they love to make my life hard (http://usa.canon.com/cusa/categorySiteMap.action?pageKeyCode=categorySiteMap&nodeCid=0901e02480069f71&expanded=true)

-A handy master list of Canon Professional imaging products- (http://usa.canon.com/cusa/categorySiteMap.action?pageKeyCode=categorySiteMap&nodeCid=0901e02480069f6f&expanded=true)

Or click the links below for the latest Firmware to your camera.

1 Series:
1D X (http://usa.canon.com/cusa/support/consumer/eos_slr_camera_systems/eos_digital_slr_cameras/eos_1d_x)

1D C (http://usa.canon.com/cusa/support/professional/professional_cameras/cinema_eos_cameras/eos_1d_c)

1D Mk IV (http://usa.canon.com/cusa/support/consumer/eos_slr_camera_systems/eos_digital_slr_cameras/eos_1d_mark_iv)

1D MK III (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eos1dm3/firmware.html)

1Ds MK III (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/eos1dsm3/firmware-e.html)

1D MkIIn (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eos1dm2n/eos1dmk2n_firmware-e.html)

1D MkII (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eos1dm2/eos1dmk2_firmware-e.html)

1Ds MkII (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eos1dsm2/eos1dsmk2_firmware-e.html)

1Ds "Classic" (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/EOS1DS/EOS1Ds_firmware-e.html)

1D "Classic" (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/EOS1D/1D_firmware-e.html)



7 Series:
7D (http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/support/consumer/eos_slr_camera_systems/eos_digital_slr_cameras/eos_7d#DriversAndSoftware)

6 Series:
6D (http://usa.canon.com/cusa/support/professional/professional_cameras/eos_digital_slr_cameras/eos_6d#DriversAndSoftware)

5 Series:
5D Mark III (http://usa.canon.com/cusa/support/professional/professional_cameras/eos_digital_slr_cameras/eos_5d_mark_iii)

5D Mark II (http://usa.canon.com/cusa/support/consumer/eos_slr_camera_systems/eos_digital_slr_cameras/eos_5d_mark_ii)

5D (http://www.canon.co.jp/imaging/eos5d/eos5d_firmware-e.html)


10 Series:
60D (http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/support/consumer/eos_slr_camera_systems/eos_digital_slr_cameras/eos_60d#DriversAndSoftware)

50D (http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/support/consumer/eos_slr_camera_systems/eos_digital_slr_cameras/eos_50d#DriversAndSoftware)

40D (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/eos40d/eos40d-firmware-e.html)

30D (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eos30d/eos30d_firmware-e.html)

20D (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eos20d/eos20d_firmware-e.html)

10D (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/EOS10D/10D_firmware-e.html)

Pre 10D Models:

D60 (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/D60/D60_Firm-e.html)

D30 (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/D30/D30_Firm-e.html)



Rebel / XXXD Series:
700D / T5i (http://usa.canon.com/cusa/support/consumer/eos_slr_camera_systems/eos_digital_slr_cameras/eos_rebel_t5i_18_55mm_is_stm_kit)

650D / T4i (http://usa.canon.com/cusa/support/consumer/eos_slr_camera_systems/eos_digital_slr_cameras/eos_rebel_t4i)

550D / T2i (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/firm-e/eosdigital7/firmware.html)

500D / T1i (http://usa.canon.com/cusa/support/consumer/eos_slr_camera_systems/eos_digital_slr_cameras/eos_rebel_t1i)

450D / XSi (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/firm-e/eosdigital4/firmware.html)

1000D / XS (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/firm-e/eosdigital5/firmware.html)

400D / XTi (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosdigital3/e4kr3_firmware-e.html)

350D / XT (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosdigital2/e3kr2_firmware-e.html)

SL Series:
SL1 (http://usa.canon.com/cusa/support/consumer/eos_slr_camera_systems/eos_digital_slr_cameras/eos_rebel_sl1_18_55mm_is_stm_kit)


Other:

WFT-E3-E3A for 40D/50D Firmware 2.0.0 (http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthread.php?t=570934)

lowrider
18th of October 2009 (Sun), 22:14
7D Updated to Firmware 1.0.9.

http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=DownloadDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=314&modelid=19356

Lou

kufel
19th of October 2009 (Mon), 15:41
for 7D - here as well:
http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/firm-e/eos7d/firmware.html

apersson850
4th of November 2009 (Wed), 20:34
New firmware for the EOS 7D can be found here (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/firm-e/eos7d/firmware.html).

JCL
5th of November 2009 (Thu), 11:23
New firmware for the EOS 7D can be found here (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/firm-e/eos7d/firmware.html).

1.1.0.

Shrt Bus
16th of December 2009 (Wed), 19:55
New Firmware update for the 5D Mark II...

Can be found here... (http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=DownloadDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=314&modelid=17662)

PeterWem
17th of December 2009 (Thu), 02:55
New Firmware update for the 5D Mark II...

Can be found here... (http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=DownloadDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=314&modelid=17662)

And for the 1DIII, and for the 1DsIII. http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/eos1dsm3/firmware-e.html http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eos1dm3/firmware.html

gcflora
18th of December 2009 (Fri), 15:12
5D Mk II Update 1.2.4

http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/firm-e/eos5dmk2/firmware.html

silvex
21st of December 2009 (Mon), 15:53
Any reason the 20D isn't listed? I know updates are available as I've upgraded the camera once already.


http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=SupportDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=215&modelid=10464#DownloadDetailAct

Swift
22nd of December 2009 (Tue), 19:57
Canon 350D ( Rebel XT )
1.0.3

http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosdigital2/e3kr2_firmware-e.html

Worth adding to the list.

mrmarks
16th of January 2010 (Sat), 21:32
The 5D Mark 2 is now at 1.2.4 http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/firm-e/eos5dmk2/firmware.html

Firmware Version 1.2.4 incorporates the following improvements and fixes.

1. Supports the WFT-E4 II wireless file transmitter that was released in December 2009.
2. Corrects a phenomenon in which visible noise may appear in images taken by continuous Bulb shooting.

Firmware Version 1.2.4 is for cameras with firmware up to version 1.1.0. If the camera's firmware is already version 1.2.4, it is not necessary to update the firmware.

In addition, after the firmware is updated, if the WFT-E4 or WFT-E4 II wireless file transmitter is used with the camera, the indications that appear under [Communication mode] on the [WFT settings] menu are changed as follows:

* FTP -> FTP trans
* PTP(PC) -> EOSUtility
* HTTP -> WFTserver
* HTTP account -> WFT account

lowrider
22nd of July 2010 (Thu), 08:10
7D firmware update 1.2.2 released, here:

http://www.canon.com/eos-d/

Lou

JChin
22nd of July 2010 (Thu), 10:10
usa.canon.com/cusa/consumer/products/cameras/slr_cameras/eos_7d#DriversAndSoftware

lowrider
22nd of July 2010 (Thu), 13:49
usa.canon.com/cusa/consumer/products/cameras/slr_cameras/eos_7d#DriversAndSoftware

HUH???

Lou

JChin
22nd of July 2010 (Thu), 14:11
HUH???

Lou

I couldn't find the firmware from tHe link posted above so I provided the where I found the new 7D firmware.

CyberDyneSystems
22nd of July 2010 (Thu), 14:34
Working link both on the front page of this thread, as always, and here;
http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/firm-e/eos7d/firmware.html

scaning
30th of August 2010 (Mon), 18:54
I have a 1000D / Rebel XS with firmware 1.0.7, I got the firmware at an guarantee fix of the camera in march. But the latest I can find on the web is 1.0.6.

lowrider
30th of August 2010 (Mon), 22:26
^^^^Yep, the latest I can find is also 1.0.6.

Lou

TheRem
14th of September 2010 (Tue), 06:08
Canon EOS 1000D \ Rebel XS \ Kiss F: (1.0.7)
I got this Firmware Dump somewhere...
http://www.mediafire.com/?u2pww8jy3jdat3p

I haven't tried it coz my 1000D is already 1.0.7 when I bought It two weeks ago.

mrmarks
19th of October 2010 (Tue), 07:41
EOS 5D Mark 2 firmware update 2.0.8 available http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/firm-e/eos5dmk2/firmware.html

This firmware update (Version 2.0.8) incorporates the following changes and fixes.

1. Fixes a phenomenon in which movies are not taken at the shooting mode registered in the user's settings if a shooting mode Aperture priority (or Shutter priority) is registered in any of the camera's user settings (C1, C2, C3) and the user attempts to shoot a movie.
2. Fixes a phenomenon in which the shutter will not release when pressing the shutter button when the auto power off function is set to "on".
3. Fixes a phenomenon in which overexposure occurs when shooting a Live View shooting simulation with the ISO speed set to L.
4. Fixes a phenomenon in which the settings of the Speedlite transmitter ST-E2 revert to the default settings when both the camera and the ST-E2 are set to auto power off.
5. Fixes a phenomenon in which the Macro Ring Lite (MR-14EX, MT-24EX) and slave flash do not sync while shooting wirelessly.

The Version 2.0.8 firmware being released this time is for cameras with firmware up to Version 2.0.7. If the camera's firmware is already Version 2.0.8, it is not necessary to update the firmware.

masonc
20th of October 2010 (Wed), 20:21
EOS 5D Mark 2 firmware update 2.0.8 available http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/firm-e/eos5dmk2/firmware.html

This firmware update (Version 2.0.8) incorporates the following changes and fixes.

1. Fixes a phenomenon in which movies are not taken at the shooting mode registered in the user's settings if a shooting mode Aperture priority (or Shutter priority) is registered in any of the camera's user settings (C1, C2, C3) and the user attempts to shoot a movie.
2. Fixes a phenomenon in which the shutter will not release when pressing the shutter button when the auto power off function is set to "on".
3. Fixes a phenomenon in which overexposure occurs when shooting a Live View shooting simulation with the ISO speed set to L.
4. Fixes a phenomenon in which the settings of the Speedlite transmitter ST-E2 revert to the default settings when both the camera and the ST-E2 are set to auto power off.
5. Fixes a phenomenon in which the Macro Ring Lite (MR-14EX, MT-24EX) and slave flash do not sync while shooting wirelessly.

The Version 2.0.8 firmware being released this time is for cameras with firmware up to Version 2.0.7. If the camera's firmware is already Version 2.0.8, it is not necessary to update the firmware.

I updated the firmware to 2.0.8, Seems like the AF Microadjustment not working properly. No matter how I select, it seems no changes on focusing. Anybody?

TheRem
21st of October 2010 (Thu), 00:21
EOS REBEL XS / 1000D Firmware Update Version 1.0.7:
http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/firm-e/eosdigital5/firmware.html

Firmware changes

The Version 1.0.7 firmware being released this time is for cameras with firmware up to Version 1.0.6. If the camera's firmware is already Version 1.0.7, it is not necessary to update the firmware.

What are the changes in Firmware Version 1.0.7?
The following fixes have been incorporated.
Fixes a rare phenomenon in which "Cannot create folder" is displayed on the camera's LCD monitor, after which shooting is no longer possible with that SD card.
This phenomenon occurs in rare cases due to communication timing between the camera and the lens or the SD card.

Are the previous versions of firmware included in version 1.0.7?
Yes.

cmosman
25th of October 2010 (Mon), 16:17
I updated the firmware to 2.0.8, Seems like the AF Microadjustment not working properly. No matter how I select, it seems no changes on focusing. Anybody?

Looks like it does, can anyone else confirm this? Hopefully Canon will come out with 2.0.9 fairly quickly?

NoNameYet
25th of October 2010 (Mon), 17:13
Looks like it does, can anyone else confirm this? Hopefully Canon will come out with 2.0.9 fairly quickly?

I think I'm in the same boat! Seeing no changes no matter the settings.

JChin
25th of October 2010 (Mon), 17:43
Looks like it does, can anyone else confirm this? Hopefully Canon will come out with 2.0.9 fairly quickly?

Thanks for the info. I will hold off on updating mine as I have a few lenses that are slightly off and need the microadjustments. Surely hope they come out with 2.0.9 soon.

farrukh
26th of October 2010 (Tue), 07:07
I updated the firmware to 2.0.8, Seems like the AF Microadjustment not working properly. No matter how I select, it seems no changes on focusing. Anybody?

Interesting, i haven't updated mine as yet.

JChin
26th of October 2010 (Tue), 17:15
I updated the firmware to 2.0.8, Seems like the AF Microadjustment not working properly. No matter how I select, it seems no changes on focusing. Anybody?

Have you been able to flash it back to 2.0.7 ? If that is even possible.

Pablov
28th of October 2010 (Thu), 00:10
Have you been able to flash it back to 2.0.7 ? If that is even possible.

Hi, I still didn't update my camera, so I can't test what you report.

To those having problems with Firmware 2.0.8 please:

- Check that you're doing the process properly (be 100% sure)

- If your camera is in a Custom mode C1/C2/C3, please try to do it in M mode. If it works in M mode then clear all Custom modes and re-register them after the new microadjustment is set.

- IF it doesn't work in M, Av or Tv either:
I don't remember all the menu options, if there is any to reset the camera settings, please try to do it and then turn off the camera, remove the battery, insert it again and turn it on. Then set the AF microadjustment again and test it carefully.

- If it still doesn't work, then there's the possibility to downgrade the camera to Firmware 2.0.7.

If you do it, then after the process is successful, turn the camera off, then remove the battery, wait few seconds, insert it again, turn the camera on again and set the AF microadjustment.

- If it works with 2.0.7 and NOT with 2.0.8, please let me know via PM (so I'll receive an e-mail notification) and I'll make further investigation.

I'm interested in all possible issues or malfunctions that the firmware may have. But we all need to be 100% sure there is a real issue and how/when it happens.

OF COURSE, contact Canon to tell the problem (the 1st thing to do) and post the response here please, so we all benefit from feedbacks.

Thanks.

cmosman
29th of October 2010 (Fri), 08:44
Been away for a few days. I have spoken to Canon and they suggested removing the battery also. This appears to have fixed the problem.:D Good news

Pablov
29th of October 2010 (Fri), 11:48
Been away for a few days. I have spoken to Canon and they suggested removing the battery also. This appears to have fixed the problem.:D Good news

GREAT!

Thanks a lot for your feedback, much appreciated.

Indeed, removing the battery after a successful update (and after moving the power switch to "Off" to naturally turn off the camera before removing the battery) is very important (even when it's not clearly, if anywhere, told at the website).

The camera is not fully "OFF" if you only turn it "Off" with the power switch. With the battery inside there are some processes running even after moving the power switch to "Off".

The only way to do a "clean" and "full" start up is removing the battery. So, glad it was the easy solution. :)

It is also recommended to remove the battery when you don't use the camera, you may get better image quality (subtle, related to hot pixels, etc, I leave it to everyone's test ;) )

Best regards,

Pablo

JChin
30th of October 2010 (Sat), 10:06
Can anyone else confirm the battery pull worked to resolve the AF Microadjustment issue?

Turning
2nd of November 2010 (Tue), 13:46
Can anyone else confirm the battery pull worked to resolve the AF Microadjustment issue?


I take this to mean that no problem exists?

cmosman
2nd of November 2010 (Tue), 13:48
Can anyone else confirm the battery pull worked to resolve the AF Microadjustment issue?

I take this to mean that no problem exists?

Obviously worked for me, just need some one else confirm likewise.

Turning
2nd of November 2010 (Tue), 16:06
Obviously worked for me, just need some one else confirm likewise.

I was just checking as I am thinking about upgrading firmware. But I am in no hurry and want to make sure the dust has settled.

Pablov
3rd of November 2010 (Wed), 03:21
I turned down a gig shooting for a light show company last year. I'm so glad I did now. They used lots of lasers, I was worried about that. Turns out I was right for a change!

- Yes, there are some lasers that can severly damage the sensor of the camera.

There are some videos showing that on internet, one even showing the specific moment when the laser hits the sensor and makes a permanent damage whilst in Live View mode. The user had to send it for repair). It might depend on the laser power, but I woulnd't take the risk.

I also saw some pictures samples from a camera that had permanent marks after shooting one night at one disco with lasers

It's obviously HUGELY more dangerous for people's health when such lasers are handled by not trained, qualified and credited operators.

Lasers must NEVER be aimed to people, and the operator must be very careful and conscious that lasers can reflect on mirrors, glasses, metals, etc.; so he/she must be extremely careful.

But what does it have to do with the firmware update? :confused:

Gregg.Siam
5th of November 2010 (Fri), 07:22
holy cross post Batman

http://filthyorphan.files.wordpress.com/2010/03/batman-my-parents-are-dead.jpg?w=400&h=387
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_rgCry1Ucn2Y/SQHQrOBqoZI/AAAAAAAABwA/WX_r4egRn3Q/s1600-h/batman%27s+parents+are+dead.jpg

Bill Boehme
5th of November 2010 (Fri), 21:06
holy cross post Batman
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_rgCry1Ucn2Y/SQHQrOBqoZI/AAAAAAAABwA/WX_r4egRn3Q/s1600-h/batman%27s+parents+are+dead.jpg

Wrong again, Boy Wonder! It is the firmware upgrade to turn your DSLR into a LASER Blu-ray.

guinness138
15th of November 2010 (Mon), 12:47
damn i cant get mine to work for the 400 and followed instructions to the t

Pablov
15th of November 2010 (Mon), 15:05
damn i cant get mine to work for the 400 and followed instructions to the t

...?

Could you please be more specific? :)

Thanks.

guinness138
17th of November 2010 (Wed), 13:03
I was trying to update my 400d from version 1.1.0 to 1.1.1 and downloaded the file from canon on to cf card via my card reader but when i put it in to the camera it could not find it, I put the info into the correct file as the instructions said, but since reading what the updates were I don't think I need them anyway.

nekrosoft13
17th of November 2010 (Wed), 13:06
I was trying to update my 400d from version 1.1.0 to 1.1.1 and downloaded the file from canon on to cf card via my card reader but when i put it in to the camera it could not find it, I put the info into the correct file as the instructions said, but since reading what the updates were I don't think I need them anyway.

did you extract the actual firmware file .fir (i believe), or did you put the exe file on the cf card?

guinness138
17th of November 2010 (Wed), 16:27
yes I extracted the file, i might retry using a different card

nekrosoft13
17th of November 2010 (Wed), 16:42
firmware update had to be under one of the menus.

JChin
17th of November 2010 (Wed), 21:42
Try with a memory card smaller than 2GB. I usually do my firmware upgrades with a 512MB card.

tdodd
18th of November 2010 (Thu), 02:15
Try with a memory card smaller than 2GB. I usually do my firmware upgrades with a 512MB card.
I use 32GB cards for my 5D2 and 7D updates, and an 8GB card in my 1D3. Never had a problem.

guinness138
18th of November 2010 (Thu), 03:20
all sorted now thank you, used a new card and worked first time:eek:

JChin
18th of November 2010 (Thu), 08:02
I use 32GB cards for my 5D2 and 7D updates, and an 8GB card in my 1D3. Never had a problem.

Those bodies are the newer pro bodies. I've had people with older bodies and some Rebel bodies, that won't let you update firmware unless you use something with a smaller card.

lowrider
24th of November 2010 (Wed), 19:48
New 7D Firmware Update 1.2.3

http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/firm-e/eos7d/firmware.html

Lou

Tom W
24th of November 2010 (Wed), 21:04
Thanks, lowrider. Doesn't sound like there's anything for me in the update, but I will do it anyway. There's no telling what "hidden" updates might be included.

JChin
24th of November 2010 (Wed), 21:45
Hope they fixed that "phantom busy" issue that seems to randomly happen on the 7D. :D

phreeky
26th of November 2010 (Fri), 05:07
Bloody hell still cannot disable AGC. It's all I want them to fix.

Pablov
26th of November 2010 (Fri), 05:22
Bloody hell still cannot disable AGC. It's all I want them to fix.

We want the features these cameras can offer (5D Mark II and 7D),
because Canon CAN do that:

http://5dmark2.wordpress.com/2010/11/25/eos-7d-firmware-update-1-2-3/

http://5dmark2.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/7d-fw-123.jpg (http://5dmark2.wordpress.com/2010/11/25/eos-7d-firmware-update-1-2-3/)

Disabling AGC is a kids game, even some P&S pocket cameras have Manual Audio control...

There is a BIG incoherence and inconsistence between Canon EOS DSLR camera models.

At this point Canon should fix AGC on 7D, but also some other things on the 5D Mark II (and 7D).

Check the above link for a brief list of features that can be implemented via Firmware Update.

porschewrx
26th of November 2010 (Fri), 12:21
T2i firmware 1.0.9 is available (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/firm-e/eosdigital7/firmware.html)

Peter2516
28th of November 2010 (Sun), 21:51
T2i firmware 1.0.9 is available (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/firm-e/eosdigital7/firmware.html)

link is not working...

Createsean
28th of November 2010 (Sun), 21:54
T2i firmware 1.0.9 is available (http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/firm-e/eosdigital7/firmware.html)
any risk of frying your camera updating the firmware?

tgara
29th of November 2010 (Mon), 05:32
any risk of frying your camera updating the firmware?

Sure, there's a risk. But it is small. Just read all the instructions first before doing it.

porschewrx
29th of November 2010 (Mon), 09:09
link is not working...
Works for me this morning Peter, you can all ways use the links on the first page of this thread and it will all ways be for the most up to date firmware.

porschewrx
29th of November 2010 (Mon), 09:30
any risk of frying your camera updating the firmware?

Like Tgara said there is a small risk, but there is a risk with any thing you do in life, but if you follow Canons directions you should have no problem. Make sure you have a fresh battery, check to see the file size you downloaded matches what Canon says on there website (9.16mb for ver. 1.0.9) and do not touch the camera once you start the upload and you should be fine.

jb1911
8th of December 2010 (Wed), 19:56
I think the warning to make sure you have fully charged batteries is a bit silly. I updated my 7D yesterday with my grip on and 2 batteries at 67%. When it was done updating they were both reading 66%. Not much energy used. BTW, I notice no difference in the way my 7D works.

Spimman
13th of December 2010 (Mon), 15:19
When a new camera is purchased does it come with the post recent firmware updates or does that need to be done upon opening?

BioSci
13th of December 2010 (Mon), 15:27
When a new camera is purchased does it come with the post recent firmware updates or does that need to be done upon opening?
Depends. I just got a 7D a week ago, and it still has 1.2.2.

artyman
13th of December 2010 (Mon), 16:52
Depends how long it's been sitting on the retailer's shelf. But I wouldn't worry too much it will still work fine.

Spimman
14th of December 2010 (Tue), 07:27
Thanks, so it sounds like it should have one of the more recent updates but maybe not the very latest.

shooter00
15th of December 2010 (Wed), 19:19
60D Firmware update 1.0.8

http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/firm-e/eos60d/firmware.html

Spimman
22nd of December 2010 (Wed), 10:04
Depends. I just got a 7D a week ago, and it still has 1.2.2.

Mine came with 1.2.2 as well. Not sure if I need the update or not for my purposes, or is it best to always update?

pilotdude22
26th of December 2010 (Sun), 11:23
Is 1.0.7 the latest for the 50D?

NoNameYet
26th of December 2010 (Sun), 11:45
Is 1.0.7 the latest for the 50D?

Yes it is.

pilotdude22
26th of December 2010 (Sun), 11:50
Right, thanks.

ozziepuppy
30th of December 2010 (Thu), 18:45
Dumb Question #1: Can I update directly from version 1.0.7 to 2.0.8 without doing any of the intermediate updates?
Dumb Question #2: The procedure is to download the update to the hard drive, drag it onto the CF card, insert the CF card into the camera, and then go to the Firmware setting on the menu and the camera does the rest. . .correct?
I have never updated the Firmware because I have been concerned about messing something up. Right now I have no issues whatsoever with my camera.
Thanks for your help with this.

Lester Wareham
31st of December 2010 (Fri), 15:35
Just print out and follow the detailed instructions on the download page, it is very simple.

Ratmick
1st of January 2011 (Sat), 21:03
Mine came with 1.2.2 as well. Not sure if I need the update or not for my purposes, or is it best to always update?
Mine came with 1.2.2, while I had a blank CF card I upgraded it to 1.2.3. No real advantage I guess but may well take anything Canon give out for free.

Mick :cool:

geeky
3rd of January 2011 (Mon), 00:54
Does anyone know why Canon specifies a 2gb or less CF card for the 20D firmware update? I only have 4gb CF cards and truly dont want to buy a 2gb card to do the 2.0.3 firmware update from the 1.0.4.

phreeky
3rd of January 2011 (Mon), 01:02
I can only assume it's because up until a certain firmware the 20D only supported up to 2GB cards (I think).

Surely you've got some crappy 32MB card lying around that came with an old camera that you can use just for a firmware upgrade? If not I would still give the 4GB card a go. Pretty sure it pulls the firmware from the card, does a checksum on it, and THEN flashes it, so using a 4GB card shouldn't be too risky.

geeky
3rd of January 2011 (Mon), 01:27
I wish I did, home for the holidays from Denver (currently in seattle) and received a 20d today as a late christmas present so I only have three of my 4gb cards and all my other ones are in CO (wont be back another week and a half) so want to get this done with asap.

pilotdude22
3rd of January 2011 (Mon), 14:35
Could it be that the 20D uses a FAT16 file system --which supports up to 2GB--, and not a FAT32?

lowrider
3rd of January 2011 (Mon), 16:35
Could it be that the 20D uses a FAT16 file system --which supports up to 2GB--, and not a FAT32?

Nope - look at the bottom of the this page:

http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/canoneos20d/page2.asp

Good thought though!

Lou

geeky
3rd of January 2011 (Mon), 17:20
the 4gb card worked without issue.

canonbro516
3rd of January 2011 (Mon), 22:55
im having diffculty updating my canon rebel xs 1000d what does it exactly do?

pilotdude22
4th of January 2011 (Tue), 10:51
Nope - look at the bottom of the this page:

http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/canoneos20d/page2.asp

Good thought though!

Lou


Was worth a try.

JChin
21st of January 2011 (Fri), 23:50
Could it be that the 20D uses a FAT16 file system --which supports up to 2GB--, and not a FAT32?

My 20D was able to use FAT32 formatted CF cards.
Kingston 8GB ElitePro cards.
I no longer have the 20D (traded it) so I cannot check it now.

Lester Wareham
22nd of January 2011 (Sat), 01:51
My 20D was good with 4Gb cards, have not tried larger though.

Methodical
22nd of January 2011 (Sat), 11:27
Has anyone here sent there 5d2 in to Canon to have the mode button lock installed?

Pablov
27th of January 2011 (Thu), 09:06
I think the warning to make sure you have fully charged batteries is a bit silly. I updated my 7D yesterday with my grip on and 2 batteries at 67%. When it was done updating they were both reading 66%. Not much energy used. BTW, I notice no difference in the way my 7D works.

It's just to make sure the user (the camera in fact) won't suffer a power fail during the process.

- If the camera runs out of battery power (or suffer AC power lost) while flashing (updating) the firmware, there is a VERY high chance it will become inoperative, then the user will have sent it to tech service (they can directly flash the ROM again).

- The additional warning of not to touch any camera buttons nor lens is also very important to avoid any risk.

If you take those cares (along with prior check that the file size matches the original indicated by Canon), then the process is smooth.

Cheers.

Mark II
29th of January 2011 (Sat), 17:25
updated my 5DMKII about 4 months ago and just now my 7D & 40D (ir converted).
No regrets here.

northernspirit87
5th of February 2011 (Sat), 13:28
I am using a Mac with OS X Snow Leopard, how do I extract a .fir file? It will not let me extract using the program "The Unarchiver". Is anyone else using a mac and trying to update the firmware? I'm trying to update my Canon Rebel T2i. Thanks!

lowrider
5th of February 2011 (Sat), 14:37
^^^^I use a mac. There are specific instructions from Canon for the mac. As I recall the EOS utility does all the extracting that you need. Again, read and follow the instructions, it really is a piece of cake.

Lou

northernspirit87
7th of February 2011 (Mon), 20:14
Updated Firmware Version 1.0.9 successfully on the Rebel T2i. Thanks for the help!

cowpix
13th of February 2011 (Sun), 12:37
My 5D II has firmware 1.0.7. Can I just go to the newest firmware?

nekrosoft13
13th of February 2011 (Sun), 12:55
My 5D II has firmware 1.0.7. Can I just go to the newest firmware?

yes

cowpix
13th of February 2011 (Sun), 13:05
Thanks! I thought that was the case, but it's been awhile since I had to mess with this.

Pablov
13th of February 2011 (Sun), 18:33
Thanks! I thought that was the case, but it's been awhile since I had to mess with this.

Mate, your camera firmware is (or was) pretty old! :rolleyes:

We had been "fighting" more than 1 year for improvements for the 5D2! :)

Just go for Firmware 2.0.8 which will give you many improvements (especially for Movie/Video functions, which I suppose you don't use much ;) but also some fixes for photography)

Cheers

tengtan
9th of March 2011 (Wed), 05:47
I've just updated my 5D2 firmware from 2.0.7 to 2.0.8 apparently successfully. I now note that my Battery Info menu screen does not show 100% even when fully charged. It seems to show the run down value e.g. 97% and then 96% after being on for a while. Fully recharging it again (up the the usual green light) does not get it back to 100% but to the last run down value. Never had this issue before!

I wonder if others have this issue with 2.0.8?

cmosman
9th of March 2011 (Wed), 07:35
I've just updated my 5D2 firmware from 2.0.7 to 2.0.8 apparently successfully. I now note that my Battery Info menu screen does not show 100% even when fully charged. It seems to show the run down value e.g. 97% and then 96% after being on for a while. Fully recharging it again (up the the usual green light) does not get it back to 100% but to the last run down value. Never had this issue before!

I wonder if others have this issue with 2.0.8?

Make sure, after any updates, you take your battery out, count to 30 then put it back in. I had a issue with microadjustment and this fixed my problem.

tengtan
10th of March 2011 (Thu), 17:39
Make sure, after any updates, you take your battery out, count to 30 then put it back in. I had a issue with microadjustment and this fixed my problem.

Thanks for the reply. I did take the battery out and waited that time before putting it back (as I have always done with the previous updates).

I've resolved the issue. For some unknown reason, the charger displayed the green complete light when the battery was not completely charged. I should have been suspicious of the quick full charge (a few seconds) on a battery indicating 95% at the start of charging. The last charging I tried took many minutes before the charger went green and now the battery info screen shows 100%! First time this happened in the two years of use - I wonder if anyone else has come across this spurious charging phenomenon?

architeuthis
13th of March 2011 (Sun), 07:30
Hi everybody. Sorry to be redundant, as I have the very same question as cowpix and am a bit anxious, so I want to make 100% sure : so I can definitely upgrade my 5D MkII firmware straight from 1.0.7 to 2.0.8?

And yes my camera firmware is pretty old, shame on me :-) but I had simply no clue about these updates. I trust it is because of being an old Mac user and getting used to be automatically informed about any update...

CanonEOS
13th of March 2011 (Sun), 08:48
Hi CyberDyneSystems
Can you update you thread because now we have the 60D and soon the 600D and they are missing

Thanks

lowrider
13th of March 2011 (Sun), 12:20
so I want to make 100% sure : so I can definitely upgrade my 5D MkII firmware straight from 1.0.7 to 2.0.8?

YES you can!

Lou

architeuthis
13th of March 2011 (Sun), 12:53
Thanx a lot, Lou. Gonna process within the next 1/2 hour... slightly anxious nevertheless, but it is just how I am :-D

architeuthis
13th of March 2011 (Sun), 14:47
YES you can!

Lou

... anxiety gone, done without any problem. Furthermore, as usual with a Mac, it's been a real piece of cake! Thx again guys.

PS : guess this update won't unfortunately make autofocus any faster on such fast moving subjects as for example birds? :rolleyes:

lowrider
13th of March 2011 (Sun), 22:07
^^^^Glad you did it!!!!!! Guess who else is one a Mac??? Yep, ME:rolleyes: I've used them since '84. For a brief time in the late 90s early 00s, I was a Part Time Apple Retail Rep - Before the Apple Stores came into being.

Lou

architeuthis
17th of March 2011 (Thu), 04:34
Hey, Canon is great, granted, but Mac is great as well! :-D

Grampajohn
23rd of March 2011 (Wed), 15:58
Hi all! I don't know how long this has been out, but I just discovered that 60D firmware has been updated from 1.0.8 to 1.0.9. It appears that some minor bugs were addressed, but nothing about microajustment!
:(

I had my name on a list to be notified by Canon as updates came out, but I was not notified.

Was anybody?

Vince00
23rd of March 2011 (Wed), 22:46
I received an email from them today, look like it was released in early march here. I haven't upgraded yet just got the emeail today.

bill679
24th of March 2011 (Thu), 09:05
Hi all! I don't know how long this has been out, but I just discovered that 60D firmware has been updated from 1.0.8 to 1.0.9. It appears that some minor bugs were addressed, but nothing about microajustment!
:(

I had my name on a list to be notified by Canon as updates came out, but I was not notified.

Was anybody?

I also received the mail yesterday.

For anyone curious of the specifics, here's what's listed (http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/consumer/products/cameras/slr_cameras/eos_60d#DriversAndSoftware):

Changes:
Firmware Version 1.0.9 incorporates the following fixes and changes.

1. Changes the name of the feature called "Art Filters" to "Creative Filters" (which is used in markets other than Japan) in the Japanese version to make the terms consistent. (This change only applies to the Japanese version and does not apply to other language versions.)

2. Fixes a phenomenon where the camera may operate abnormally when it is set to Quick Mode AF during Live View shooting immediately after capturing an image with the C.Fn II-1 Long exposure noise reduction setting set to [2: On] and a shutter speed setting of 5 seconds or more.

3. Fixes a phenomenon where the camera may operate abnormally when after Live View shooting, the remote switch on the EOS Utility screen is pressed to immediately start movie-shooting. This phenomenon only occurs when the camera is connected to a compatible personal computer and the Remote Live View function of EOS Utility software is being used

PeterWem
26th of March 2011 (Sat), 02:09
7D v.1.2.4 soon here.
http://obj.fotosidan.se/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=115466&stc=1&d=1301079122
http://www.fotosidan.se/forum/showthread.php?threadid=132291#post1651495

RiaGurl
27th of March 2011 (Sun), 16:45
7D v.1.2.4 soon here.
http://obj.fotosidan.se/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=115466&stc=1&d=1301079122
http://www.fotosidan.se/forum/showthread.php?threadid=132291#post1651495

what are the release notes for 1.2.4? the changes?

PeterWem
27th of March 2011 (Sun), 17:15
what are the release notes for 1.2.4? the changes?
Doesnīt know. But now 60Dīs out:

http://usa.canon.com/cusa/consumer/products/cameras/slr_cameras/eos_60d?selectedName=DriversAndSoftware

apersson850
28th of March 2011 (Mon), 23:33
When connecting a 60D to EOS Utility 2.9.0.0, you get the option to install correction files for vignetting separately for lenses equipped with a 1.4x converter and a 1.4x III converter. But if you connect the 7D to the same EOS Utility, you don't. There's only one 1.4x converter to select.
The same goes for the 2x version.

Could someone who got the new firmware version try it out and see if the 7D now also supports detecting the difference between the mark III teleconverters and the older models?

This is typical of the type of updates Canon usually produces, so it wouldn't surprise me too much.

If you have such a tele converter, you can see it directly in the camera's vignetting correction setting menu item, since the newest type is listed with a III after the magnification on a 60D, but not on a 7D.

Hitthespot
29th of March 2011 (Tue), 21:54
I have the latest firmware in my 7D 1.2.4 but I don't have any teleconverters. LOL.....sorry.

nekrosoft13
29th of March 2011 (Tue), 22:27
don't need extenders to check

connect camera, open eos utility, click on camera settings, then click on peripheral illumin correct. and check the list to see if you see the extenders

apersson850
30th of March 2011 (Wed), 14:56
Yes, if you see them separated as 2x and 2x III, for example. You do with a 60D (at 1.0.9) but not with a 7D (at 1.2.3).

Hitthespot
30th of March 2011 (Wed), 17:12
It only shows EF 1.4X II and EF2X II In blue at the bottom of the screen.

apersson850
30th of March 2011 (Wed), 22:16
That's to mark if you want to include them or not in the list. Look at the lenses which can use the teleconverters, like the EF 70-200 mm f/2.8L IS II USM. Does it list that lens alone, then "+ 1.4x" and separate from that "+1.4x III", or does it only list "+ 1.4x"?

Take a look at the screenshots, and you see what it looks like with the 7D and 60D I have here right now. Question is if the 7D with 1.2.4 resembles the lower image?

kosin
1st of April 2011 (Fri), 18:55
I just received my 7D back from Canon, clean and check, and they updated the firmware to 1.2.4

Didn't get a chance to use the camera yet, so nothing to report ;)

First, I have to manually restore my old settings. I hate when Canon resets camera to the default settings and sends it back...

To answer apersson850's question, it looks like 7D with new firmware doesn't detect new extenders:

apersson850
2nd of April 2011 (Sat), 16:26
OK, then that's not the purpose of version 1.2.4.
Thanks for testing.

JChin
6th of April 2011 (Wed), 10:42
Are you sure the lens registrations are not part of the EOS Utility and the info gets downloaded to the camera?

robertss1
6th of April 2011 (Wed), 12:31
I just loaded the 60D firmware 1.09 and have just seen my first issue.

When using the Flash Control menu option to set a slave flash the Q Screen is now active and I can't get rid of it. I even removed the battery for several minutes and it is still there. I put the camera back into normal internal flash mode and it is still there.

Anybody else have this issue?

I got back to normal operation by Clearing ALL CAMERA Settings.

apersson850
6th of April 2011 (Wed), 15:25
Are you sure the lens registrations are not part of the EOS Utility and the info gets downloaded to the camera?Yes, the information gets downloaded from EOS Utility to the camera. That's correct. But that's not what the discussion here was all about.

Instead, when using this functionality in EOS Utility, the result is different when a 60D is connected, compared to when it's a 7D. The 60D is obviously able to tell the difference between a 2x converter of the first and second generation, vs. a 2x III converter. The 7D treat all 2x converters equal.
So I was curious about if the "stealth" update, 1.2.4, for the 7D would give it the same capability. But it seems not to.

Nuge
10th of April 2011 (Sun), 13:16
Are there any firmware updates on the t3i or is it suppose to come out at a later date.

Scapevision
11th of April 2011 (Mon), 18:50
where do you get the screen to register the lens aberration correction data? does it need to be connected to internet?

apersson850
12th of April 2011 (Tue), 13:33
No, it doesn't. Connect the camera to the computer, start EOS Utility (if it doesn't start by itself), then look in the tools menu down to the right.

Peripheral illumination correction, as it's called, is available there.

Scapevision
12th of April 2011 (Tue), 19:05
No, it doesn't. Connect the camera to the computer, start EOS Utility (if it doesn't start by itself), then look in the tools menu down to the right.

Peripheral illumination correction, as it's called, is available there.

yaba, what about register lens aberration data window?

lowrider
13th of April 2011 (Wed), 12:44
It's been over two weeks now since we heard of the existence of firmware update 1.2.4 for the 7D. Cannon surely is in no hurry to release it???

Lou

apersson850
14th of April 2011 (Thu), 00:47
yaba, what about register lens aberration data window?That's what I wrote about. Vignetting, or peripheral illumination as Canon decided to call it, perhaps thinking that few would know the word vignetting, is a sort of lens abberation. And the only one you can register correction data for in the camera.
Vignetting is a physical characteristic of all lenses, but it's more or less pronounced.

NinetyEight
19th of April 2011 (Tue), 13:25
It's been over two weeks now since we heard of the existence of firmware update 1.2.4 for the 7D. Cannon surely is in no hurry to release it???

Lou

1.2.5 was released for the 7D yesterday ;)


http://www.canon.co.uk/Support/Consumer_Products/products/cameras/Digital_SLR/EOS_7D.aspx?type=download&page=1

ThreeSixty
19th of April 2011 (Tue), 14:01
Canon USA has yet to post the 7D 1.2.5 firmware. Any North Americans want to try the UK file?

NinetyEight
19th of April 2011 (Tue), 14:22
As an update I've just successfully applied it to my new (only 20 clicks) 7D and it still works!

I figured that if it 'bricked' it I'd just take it back to the shop as 'faulty' :-)

mrkgoo
19th of April 2011 (Tue), 16:23
Is there really a difference between foreign models s that the firmware from another region is actually different?

for example, how is 'colour' spelled on the UK cameras?

nekrosoft13
19th of April 2011 (Tue), 20:39
Is there really a difference between foreign models s that the firmware from another region is actually different?

for example, how is 'colour' spelled on the UK cameras?

7D is only different in Japan, Japan model has only English and Japanesse languge, that is the only difference.

NinetyEight
20th of April 2011 (Wed), 01:36
Is there really a difference between foreign models s that the firmware from another region is actually different?

for example, how is 'colour' spelled on the UK cameras?

...Incorrectly (without the 'u') :rolleyes:

apersson850
20th of April 2011 (Wed), 03:33
If you understood some of the Swedish translations...

Nope, 1.2.5 with EOS Utility 2.9.0.0 still doesn't see the difference between different generations of telephoto extenders. It's not mentioned in the release notes either.

mrkgoo
20th of April 2011 (Wed), 03:56
...Incorrectly (without the 'u') :rolleyes:

:)

Well, I have a us camera, but I just noticed all the firmware typically comes out of Japan anyway.

Eps utility 2.10 is available, for the record.

apersson850
20th of April 2011 (Wed), 05:21
Is it? Where? I just updated but the UK site had nothing newer than 2.9.0.

Aha, found it. The US site is more updated in this case.

mikiort
20th of April 2011 (Wed), 14:05
1.2.5 was removed for from the UK and European Canon sites. Interesting why?

tdodd
20th of April 2011 (Wed), 14:21
I installed 1.2.5 yesterday and fired off a few shots last night and more today. I have observed no ill effects. So far everything appears to be functioning as expected. Of course, there are lots of features I have not used, but it certainly isn't a brick.

edf5487954
20th of April 2011 (Wed), 22:18
Is there really a difference between foreign models s that the firmware from another region is actually different?

for example, how is 'colour' spelled on the UK cameras?
My Canadian 7D menu has the American English spelling of 'color', instead of the British/Canadian 'colour'.

sigma pi
21st of April 2011 (Thu), 00:56
1.2.5 was removed for from the UK and European Canon sites. Interesting why?
"This firmware is official Canon firmware that was prematurely leaked by Canon UK & Canon Europe."

http://www.canonrumors.com/2011/04/firmware-1-2-5-for-eos-7d/


I am haivng some of the "rare" problems. The err 02 CF card problem. I will check tomorrow and then if its not on the canon website I will DL it from CR and try it.

Pablov
21st of April 2011 (Thu), 01:57
"This firmware is official Canon firmware that was prematurely leaked by Canon UK & Canon Europe."

http://www.canonrumors.com/2011/04/firmware-1-2-5-for-eos-7d/


I am haivng some of the "rare" problems. The err 02 CF card problem. I will check tomorrow and then if its not on the canon website I will DL it from CR and try it.

If I had a 7D to update, I would wait a bit more to see if things get clearer, just in case.

There are too many weird things about this release:

http://5dmark2.wordpress.com/2011/04/19/eos-7d-firmware-update-1-2-5/

Remember that with the 7D (since many versions ago, say "thanks Canon"...) you cannot "downgrade" to a previous version.

Because of that we decided not to provide firmware 1.2.5 until we are 100% sure it's safe.

We feel responsible of what we do and wouldn't like to see any mate with a 7D in troubles.

Again, this is not false alarm, just a bit of caution.

Cheers.

apersson850
21st of April 2011 (Thu), 04:58
You can downgrade, just not down to a 1.1.x from a 1.2.x version.

Pablov
21st of April 2011 (Thu), 09:22
You can downgrade, just not down to a 1.1.x from a 1.2.x version.

That would be good, but... did you try to downgrade from 1.2.5 to 1.2.3 ?

sigma pi
21st of April 2011 (Thu), 11:51
If I had a 7D to update, I would wait a bit more to see if things get clearer, just in case.

There are too many weird things about this release:

http://5dmark2.wordpress.com/2011/04/19/eos-7d-firmware-update-1-2-5/

Remember that with the 7D (since many versions ago, say "thanks Canon"...) you cannot "downgrade" to a previous version.

Because of that we decided not to provide firmware 1.2.5 until we are 100% sure it's safe.

We feel responsible of what we do and wouldn't like to see any mate with a 7D in troubles.

Again, this is not false alarm, just a bit of caution.

Cheers.
Thanks for the heads up :D I appreciate it.


Hmmm now to be on the fence more :lol: I am haivng the err02 hmmm to roll the dice or not.

apersson850
21st of April 2011 (Thu), 15:25
That would be good, but... did you try to downgrade from 1.2.5 to 1.2.3 ?No, always up. I'm just relating information from Canon.

Pablov
21st of April 2011 (Thu), 20:57
An update to the release of firmware 1.2.5 for EOS 7D:

http://5dmark2.wordpress.com/2011/04/21/eos-7d-firmware-1-2-5-coming-soon/

It seems there are no issues related to 1.2.5 :)
Although no manual audio control anyway...

Cheers.

sigma pi
21st of April 2011 (Thu), 21:12
An update to the release of firmware 1.2.5 for EOS 7D:

http://5dmark2.wordpress.com/2011/04/21/eos-7d-firmware-1-2-5-coming-soon/

It seems there are no issues related to 1.2.5 :)
Although no manual audio control anyway...

Cheers.
Sweet thanks!!! going to give it a go because of the err 02 I get.

Skids
22nd of April 2011 (Fri), 13:19
I have had the Err02 problem and even sent it off under warranty but they couldn't replicate it as it is so intermittent. In fact got the error today!
Hope this fixes it but I am not going to install it until it becomes official, they wouldn't have removed it again without good reason.

nekrosoft13
22nd of April 2011 (Fri), 13:39
I have had the Err02 problem and even sent it off under warranty but they couldn't replicate it as it is so intermittent. In fact got the error today!
Hope this fixes it but I am not going to install it until it becomes official, they wouldn't have removed it again without good reason.

there is no "good" reason. only reason why it was removed because Canon UK broke the street release date. Just have you ever heard of product going "gold" for example game, music album, movie etc.. For example album A goes gold in January, but won't be released till march.

going gold means its final, since then nothing changes.

Even better example software going RTM, when Windows 7 went RTM (final version) in November it didn't show up at store till January.

This is exactly the same case, 1.2.5 firmware is done, just was released before before schedule.

Pablov
22nd of April 2011 (Fri), 13:42
I have had the Err02 problem and even sent it off under warranty but they couldn't replicate it as it is so intermittent. In fact got the error today!
Hope this fixes it but I am not going to install it until it becomes official, they wouldn't have removed it again without good reason.

According to very good sources it was posted by Canon UK before supposed official date. But if I had a 7D to update I would wait a bit too until it becomes "completely" official.

Cheers.

Skids
22nd of April 2011 (Fri), 16:08
All the same I have a big weekend of shooting ahead (Drag Racing) and I would rather risk the odd Err02 message than possibly cause more problems.

I still think IMHO that if Canon withdrew it, they did for a reason no matter how minor.

If it was a matter of them accidently releasing it early surely if there wasn't anything wrong they would have just said 'Oh well its out there now lets leave it there'

Just my humble opinion, and I have managed so far without it i'm sure I can wait a few more days or weeks

John_N
23rd of April 2011 (Sat), 05:04
Excuse me if its been linked - I just jumped to the last page, but you can still get the 1.2.5 - well sort of, use Googles cache :)

Here (http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:HeDpk8Rf04QJ:www.canon.co.uk/Support/Consumer_Products/products/cameras/Digital_SLR/EOS_7D.aspx%3FDLtcmuri%3Dtcm:14-835658%26page%3D1%26type%3Ddownload+7d+firmware+1. 2.5&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=uk&source=www.google.co.uk)

lowrider
24th of April 2011 (Sun), 19:20
^^^^Thank You - but how do I get to the Mac version?

Lou