Well, lookie here, a couple of little firmware files have wandered into our midst. Panasonic gets credit for the most interesting with its 1.11 update for the DMC-G2, offering a “performance enhancement,” an improved AE lock that holds even when using the touch shutter, and support for the new H-FT012 lens we recently played with — the one that adds a third dimension to your otherwise 2D shooter. Pentax, meanwhile, has a 1.01 update for its K-5 that will let you capture 20 RAW images in a burst, which a lot more than the eight it can grab currently. Then there’s “improved stability for general performance such as exposure range on HyP mode,” which sounds awful nice too. Both are available now, so mosey those SD cards on over and click on through.
Panasonic and Pentax pack a pair of pickled firmware updates, DMC-G2 gets 3D, K-5 better bursting originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 18 Nov 2010 09:05:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.