Fujifilm Fixes HS20EXR Firmware to Correctly Report Overheating


The Fujifilm FinePix HS20EXR zoom camera can sometimes report that it is overheating when it’s actually not. The company fixes this with Firmware 1.02 for the HS20EXR by adjusting the warning to only display when the camera is actually running with a high temperature.

The HS20 features a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, 30X zoom and broadcast quality full 1080p HD video. At the heart of the FinePix HS20 is an all-new sensor that marries EXR and CMOS technologies to deliver truly outstanding results, regardless of the lighting conditions, according to Fuji. The new zoom camera also features a 3-inch tilting back LCD with 460k dots, Raw capture and P/S/A/M shooting modes.

The new firmware may be downloaded from the link below.

[Site: Fujifilm]

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