Fujifilm has released minor firmware updates for a number of its XF lenses, including five zooms and a single prime.
The firmware version numbers vary from lens to lens, but across the board, all five updates simply list ‘Fix of minor bugs’ as the only change in these updates. Below is a list of the lenses and a link to their respective firmware updates:
You can keep up with the latest firmware updates via Fujifilm’s comprehensive list of the latest updates for its lenses.
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