Firmware v1.0.5 for the EOS 30D, released by Canon today, adds a new paper option when printing direct from the camera and fixes a bug related to the number of frames the camera indicates can be shot in a burst.
Q: What has been changed in this firmware? A: It includes the following additions/improvements:
When making camera-direct prints, a semi-gloss paper can be newly selected in the camera settings.
When EOS 30D is connected to PIXMA Pro9000 and camera-direct prints are made with PictBridge-compatible printers, semi-gloss paper can be selected in the camera settings.
Corrected the phenomenon wherein the displayed number of continuous shots that can be taken increases when images that have been taken are deleted.
The maximum burst displayed during continuous shooting is 9 (maximum burst displayed on the viewfinder when shooting in the RAW+JPEG setting is 7). Please refer to the instruction manual for an estimate of the actual number of shots that can be taken continuously.