The problem is your shutter speed is too fast for the type of lighting you have. Most LED lights flicker (and fluorescents, in a slightly different manner and degree) at either 50/60 Hz, or 100/120 Hz, depending on the mains frequency where you live.
At a shutter speed of ¹⁄₄₀₀ second, it's a bit of a crapshoot whether your shutter will be timed with the ...
So far what we know based on ML work
DRYOS version 2.3, release #0023
DRYOS version 2.3, release #0039
DRYOS version 2.3, release #0043
DRYOS version 2.3, release #0044 or #0049
DRYOS version 2.3, release #0047
I'm generalizing but I see in Canon P&S they tend to reuse ...
In some degree you are right about some options which depend of the software. As one example I can give you 77D and 70D. As you can suppose first is new model, which have option to set maximum Auto ISO, but not minimum shutter speed as it is possible on the old model (when on Auto ISO). (comments on this answer)
But some things depend on the hardware and ...
Here are some common issues with Godox firmware updating:
Mismatching Firmware File
Whatever you do, DO NOT USE A FIRMWARE FILE FOR A DIFFERENT DEVICE. This is a basic tenet of all firmware updates: firmware is closely tied to hardware configurations, and any hardware differences can mean bricking a device if you overwrite with the wrong firmware image.
What you downloaded and put on your camera was simply a piece of firmware that allows you to change the boot flag of the camera. IT IS NOT A MAGIC LANTERN BUILD; it is a developers' tool that allows a coder to change the boot flag so their camera can load their code for testing. This is very clear when a1ex wrote just above the file link:
Please find the ...
When you take a photo with a digital camera, The camera collects the raw data from the image sensor, processes it, and creates a JPEG preview image. This preview image is attached to the main image file, whether the main file is in a raw image file format or is a JPEG file converted from the raw data according to the camera settings current when the image ...
There are three steps to determine this.
Find out what firmware version you're currently using. This procedure typically involves either holding down a button while turning on the unit, or going to a custom function menu and seeing what's displayed there for each device:
A1: Hold down the SET button while turning on the trigger.
AD200: Hold down the MODE ...
No, you don't need to install previous updates if installing a newer one, and on the camera settings it's possible to check the firmware version by doing the following:
1. Enter Setup Menu
2. Click on Firmware Settings option
This link has the latest firmwares available for Nikon cameras: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/13783/~/...
For all except the Rebel series there is this list that goes back as far as the original 5D and 40D.
I'm not aware of any such list that includes the Rebel series from Canon.
The was information was there on the Download Center page for the D750, you just didn't scroll down enough. Below the Changes from “C” Firmware Version 1.11 to 1.12 section is another section:
Changes from Previous Versions
Changes from “C” Firmware Version 1.10 to 1.11
Changes from “C” Firmware Version 1.02 to 1.10
Changes from “C” Firmware Version 1.01 to ...
G3 / F3
Godox/Flashpoint has released an OSX version of the G3/F3 updater. However, at this time, it only supports updates for the following devices:
for Pentax TT350-P and Xpro-P
Flashpoint R2 Pro II
For all other devices, or from Linux, however there are a few different ways you can do this, if you don't want to, say, ...
There are a few things I would try first:
If you normally shoot at low ISO, the camera is probably using more noise reduction than it was before. See if there is an option to turn off in-camera NR at lower ISO settings.
Normally when updated firmware is installed, all of the camera settings reset to the default values. You may have had in-camera sharpening ...
In the case of Canon and Nikon the current models are all proprietary.
There are apps for Android devices that allow them to control a Canon camera via a USB cable, but the camera is not running the Android OS.
Of course in certain areas the firmware includes compatibility with accepted standards such as USB, DPOF, EXIF, JPEG, etc.
In the past some of the ...
If you are concerned about tampering, you really need the file to be signed cryptographically; Nikon doesn't do that.
If your concern is simply that a download might be corrupt (or that your flash card might have an error that corrupts the file), don't worry. The firmware has an internal checksum checked by the camera's firmware updater. (Details for some ...
I had the same problem with my Nikon D7100. After updating to the latest firmware none of my Sigma lenses would autofocus. After much research I read that downgrading the firmware was virtually impossible. I thought what the heck, I had nothing to lose. So I trawled the web and found the last known firmware before I had expensive Sigma doorstops and plunged ...
Firmware updates for camera bodies (Nikon, Canon, Pentax, Sony, and others) sometimes disrupt compatibility with 3rd party lenses. Sigma is likely to produce a firmware update for recent lenses. Older lenses are less likely to have an update available.
You may use the Sigma USB Dock to apply firmware updates if your lens is part of the Global Vision Series (...
Knowing the shutter count is only useful in two situations:
for repair, which is handled by the manufacturer. There's no need to make this a public feature.
for selling/buying used gear, which the manufacturer has low interest in. They build cameras to sell them, not to simplify the process of reselling them.
The manufacturer has no (big) benefit of ...
Sometimes you have to upgrade to a required level! You will have to check out the release nose of the latest firmware, it will tell you whether it is a cumulative update or you need to install a previous firmware first.
Been there, done this.
(Just a quick note: installing the latest firmware is sometimes not beneficial. I resisted to install a newer ...
You can use it as a manual flash on the Nikon hotshoe without doing anything to it.
I wouldn't recommend trying to upgrade the firmware. The flash is physically only capable of being a manual-only flash on a Nikon camera. Look at the pin layout on the foot vs. the Nikon hotshoe. Canon's pin/contact layout has four small contacts in a square underneath the ...
According to the manual(pdf), page 59 it can be shown with the [VERSION DISP.] option from the Setup menu.
The latest version of all body and lens firmwares can be found on Panasonic's Joint update service for Four Thirds lenses page.
Create a new folder with an appropriate name on your computer.
Choose the correct download below for the computer system you are using, and save the download to the folder created in step 1.
Run the downloaded file to create the folder titled D7100Update, containing the following file: D7100_0101.bin
Format an approved memory card in the camera, ...
With the Panasonic camera (if you have a tablet or smart phone) you could download imageapp https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.panasonic.avc.cng.imageapp&hl=en_GB which allows remote access/control to the camera
(While this is not the most likely explanation for the examples posted in the question, which scottbb covered very well, someone else who finds this question and has a similar problem - changes in exposure after a firmware update - may be shooting under more constant lighting and find the following to be applicable.)
When you update firmware with most ...
No, T3i firmware will not install on your T5. Firmware is always very specific to each camera model.
Magic Lantern is a free 3rd party firmware add-on that is available for many different Canon DSLRs. It unlocks many hidden features, but it is not yet fully developed for the T5/1200D.
There is a guy who named himself "shodan", putting effort into completely hacking the current Pentax DSLR firmwares...
here is the link to his github-page: