Here’s a quick update with some great news for Panasonic users! Firmware updates for both the Lumix G9 and Lumix GH5S are now available. Both seemed to suffer from the same bug, which has now been corrected. In Panasonic’s words:
Picture freeze at burst recording using an external flash when camera is set to AFC/AFF and LVF frame rate 120fps, has been improved.
It’s great to see continued support from a manufacturer for users who have already purchased a camera. Thanks, guys!
Be sure and keep an eye on our Latest Firmware page (click here or use the link in the menu, above) to make sure you’re as up to date as you can be. The more people actually download updates, the more likely it is that manufacturers will keep making them, so do yourself—and the whole community—a favor by keeping current. If you’re not convinced, check out these reasons why.
As always, if you’re having a hard time updating your firmware (or even determining whether you need one or not), feel free to leave a comment below or reach out to your local Mike’s Camera and someone will be happy to assist you.