It’s not usually you need to go digging by way of the closet to put in the most recent firmware for a digicam you personal, however that may nicely be the case for some Nikon D7100 house owners. Nikon has introduced a firmware replace for the practically 10-year-old digicam that addresses a relatively small drawback.

It appears relatively odd {that a} practically decade-old digicam is getting an replace whereas newer cameras sit round with none updates, but it surely by no means hurts to see any firm repair points on their older cameras, as obscure as the problem could also be. Firmware model 1.05 for the Nikon D7100 fixes a difficulty the place the reside view would cease roughly 10 minutes after being began in Nikon’s Digicam Management Professional 2 software program when the [No limit] setting is chosen within the Customized Setting C4 menu.

Nikon did not too long ago replace its suite of desktop apps, so it’s attainable this concern was found then and was discovered to be a relatively trivial repair. Or, perhaps a Nikon engineer owned a D7100 that they actually needed to get working once more for his or her particular use case. Regardless of the motive, we’ll welcome firmware updates no matter how previous the cameras are.

In the event you’d prefer to download firmware model 1.05 for the Nikon D7100, you are able to do so on Nikon’s Download Center page.