Updating nikon camera firmware Qartuli onlainchati
The wrong strategy is to try to force them to buy by disabling all competition.
Customers taken for patsies don't remain loyal.
Nikon also updated firmware for the UT-1 communication unit, two Coolpix models and Nikon 1 mirrorless cameras. IMPORTANT NOTE: To enable support for these functions, Communication Unit UT-1 firmware must be updated to Ver.
2.0 or later, and the Wireless Transmitter Utility must be updated to 1.5.0 or later.
Also, some have mentioned that this update may decrease compatibility with third party lenses, is this true?
If Nikon wants customers to buy its batteries (and lenses, etc), the correct strategy is to make a compelling offer that persuades them to buy - not necessarily cheaper, but a better buy in the round.
I owned a few in D2X days, and they all died of various causes at about 1 year or so, where the Nikon batteries soldiered on heartily.
I also know of several people who had camera damage or charger damage (in two cases, fires) with third party batteries.
Sigma noticed problems before and is fixing them for their current lenses so they're the best to ask in my opinion.
Hi, I updated my D800 to 1.10 yesterday, with very "little soul" about functionality of Sigma 500/4,5 EX, and Tamron 24-70 VR.
If one of their batteries malfunctions and destroys a camera it was designed for they will even likely replace the camera. Yes, but you are getting something for your extra money.