Hasselblad has released several firmware updates for its H-System cameras.

Hasselblad has released several firmware updates for its H-System cameras. The updates cover the H1, H2, H1D, H2D, H3D, H3DII, H4D and H4X. For full details visit http://www.hasselblad.com/support/manuals/medium-format-firmware

PRESS RELEASE

New firmware is available for the following products:

• H1, H2 and H1D cameras: Camera body firmware 9.5.2
• H2D, H3D and H3DII, H4D: Camera body firmware 2.3.3/16.0.8
• H4X: Camera body firmware 2.3.3/16.0.8

Camera body firmware 9.5.2 for H1, H2 and H1D – Highlights
Adds compatibility with HCD lenses and HVD viewfinders for H1, H2 and H1D cameras.


Camera body firmware 9.5.2 for H2D, H3D and H3DII, H4D – Highlights
Solves an issue with a few H4D-60 cameras that would re-start after it was turned off.
If the tethered camera was in B or T-mode and exposure mode was changed from 
Phocus, exposure time on the camera was not updated correctly. This is now fixed.
If the tethered camera was set to pending self-timer and then released from Phocus, 
the sequence was not handled properly. This is also fixed.
 Only H4D cameras will get the 16.0.8 CBC firmware.

Camera body firmware for H4X – Highlights
If the tethered camera was in B or T-mode and exposure mode was changed from 
Phocus, exposure time on the camera was not updated correctly. This is now fixed.
If the tethered camera was set to pending self-timer and then released from Phocus, 
the sequence was not handled properly. This is also fixed.

Installations
Please follow the installation instructions given in the corresponding Read-me file. The firmware update is now available for immediate download from here.