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Nikon D700 firmware updated to v1.01  
Tuesday, January 20, 2009 | by Rob Galbraith
Firmware v1.01 for the Nikon D700 corrects a focus tracking bug, addresses a problem with black dots appearing in long exposure photos and more.

More information is in the release notes below. Note that both the A and B versions of the camera's firmware are updated, but unlike most other Nikon digital SLRs, both A and B are updated in a single step from a single firmware file.

Modifications enabled with A and B firmware Ver. 1.01

  • When Custom Setting a4 Focus tracking with lock-on was set to Off in Continuous-servo AF, the lens drive moved gradually without achieving focus. This issue has been resolved.
  • When the Speedlight SB-800 was mounted on the camera with flash mode set to Distance-priority manual (GN) mode, and then the exposure meters were reactivated or the camera was turned on, the distance information displayed on the SB-800 changed. This issue has been resolved.
  • When the Multi-Power Battery Pack MB-D10 was mounted on the camera and an EN-EL3e battery inserted in the camera but no batteries inserted in the MB-D10, and SB-900 flash mode set to TTL auto flash mode, the flash mode changed to A mode when the exposure meters turned off or were reactivated, or the camera was turned off or on. This issue has been resolved.(This issue has also been resolved with SB-900 firmware Ver. 5.02.)
  • An issue that, in extremely rare cases, resulted in noticeable black dots in images captured with Long exp. NR in the shooting menu set to On has been resolved.
  • Manamah, displayed in the Time zone options for the World time item in the setup menu, has been changed to Manama.

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