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Canon has updated the firmware of EOS R5, R6, R3

Canon has updated the firmware of mirrorless cameras EOS R5, R6, R3

Canon has introduced firmware updates for three of its full-frame mirrorless cameras at once: Canon EOS R5 and EOS R6 up to version 1.6.0 and EOS R3 up to 1.2.0.

Firmware version 1.6.0 for the  Canon EOS R5 includes the following:

  1. Adds [Temp. ed. Off: Standard/Fine] in the menu for movie recording. If [High] is selected, the camera will not turn off automatically when the temperature of the body and memory card rises, which may result in longer movie recording than before depending on shooting conditions. Please note that the chamber temperature may rise during this time.
  2. Adds the ability to convert multiple HEIF images to JPEG.
  3. Improves the performance of Digital Video Stabilization. It stabilizes the image when taking selfies or handheld shots when shooting with a wide-angle lens.
  4. Fixes minor bugs.
Canon has updated the firmware of mirrorless cameras EOS R5, R6, R3

Canon has updated the firmware of mirrorless cameras EOS R5, R6, R3

Canon EOS R6 firmware version 1.6.0  includes the following:

  1. Adds the ability to convert multiple HEIF images to JPEG.
  2. Enhances the performance of digital video stabilization. Stabilizes the image when taking selfies or handheld shots when shooting with a wide-angle lens.
  3. Fixes minor bugs.

Canon EOS R3 firmware version 1.2.0 includes the following:

  1. Adds the ability to set “Custom High Speed ​​Continuous Mode” to “Drive” mode. Continuous shooting of 2 to 50 frames at approximately 30 to 195 fps is possible.
  2. Adds the ability to select “FHD 239.76 fps and 200.00 fps” in “High frame rate”.
  3. Adds an option for the “Composition Depth” camera during “Focus Bracketing”.
  4. Adds focus bracketing and depth compositing with flash (Speedlite EL-1).
  5. Adds the ability to record slow motion video. Note that the time-lapse movie setting is retained even if the camera enters the auto power off state before time-lapse movie recording starts.
  6. Adds the ability to process Cloud RAW. RAW processing using the latest image processing technologies is possible. This is a paid service that requires the purchase of the Canon Imaging Package, available from July 25, 2022.
  7. Adds the ability to convert multiple HEIF images to JPEG.
  8. Adds the ability to set [Cropping/Still Image Format] to [Custom Controls]. The assigned button can be used to switch between crop and aspect ratio.
  9. Adds the ability to crop and resize images when uploading to an FTP server.
  10. 802.1X/WPA2-Enterprise authentication now supports the PKCS#12 certificate format.
  11. Adds an electronic shutter sound that will play when the mechanical shutter or electronic 1st curtain is set.
  12. Improves the performance of Digital Video Stabilization. It stabilizes the image when taking selfies or handheld shots when shooting with a wide-angle lens.
  13. Adds [Temp. ed. Off: Standard/Fine] in the menu for movie shooting.
  14. Fixed an issue that caused the camera to display error code 70, which in rare cases could occur when [Disp. performance] is set to [Smooth].
  15. Fixes minor bugs.

Download links for updates

Firmware version 1.6.0 for Canon EOS R5, download
Firmware version 1.6.0 for Canon EOS R6, download
Firmware version 1.2.0 for Canon EOS R3, download .

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