Canon Firmware

50D, 450D & 1000D Firmware Updates

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50D 1.0.6
1.Supports the AF assist beam feature of the new flash, Speedlite 270 EX, which is scheduled to be released in April 2009.
2.Changes the error indications that are displayed on the camera.
3.Addresses the vertical banding noise phenomenon.

http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/firm-e/eos50d/firmware.html

450D 1.1.0
1. Supports the AF assist beam features of the new flash, Speedlite 270 EX, which is scheduled to be released in April 2009.

http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/firm-e/eosdigital4/firmware.html

1000D 1.0.5
1. Supports the AF assist beam features of the new flash, Speedlite 270 EX, which is scheduled to be released in April 2009.

http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/firm-e/eosdigital5/firmware.html

thanks everyone that sent this

cr

14 responses to “50D, 450D & 1000D Firmware Updates”

  1. Are you sure? The newest firmware for the 5D Mk II is dated January ’09, yet I’ve seen posts (and pics) in the ISO 100-200 range with the latest firmware that still clearly exhibit banding.

    I really thought we’d see a 5D Mk II firmware update this week. Unless, however, Canon is waiting a couple days to let the current firmware releases drift off the front page and then make some real news on the 5D Mk II front with manual video control.

  2. Would be my definition of “good service”… it shouldn’t be that difficult to copy some source code of the 450D’s firmware to the 400D’s… but… yeah, sure – Canon has to sell new Rebels, I forgot…

  3. I’m a newbie 1000D user and don’t have experience with Canon DSLRs but is it a common practice to skip firmware versions? My 1000D has 1.0.3, the latest is 1.0.5 but I cannont find 1.0.4.

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