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40D firmware on Canon sg page states 1.1.0 but...


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when i click on the link, it brings me to a page with 1.0.8 on it? what's going on? Does anyone know if this new firmware has been made public?
 

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Interesting, especially since I just saw a post in DPreview stating his 40D has 1.1.1 firmware. It also mentions of a fix to an AF problem. No details though.

:Later,
 

Mar 26, 2005
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Hi , how do we go about updating the camera's firmware ? had not tried updating. :)
Is it

download the firmware -> connect camera via usb -> execute the firmware
and the firmware will auto install in the connected 40D ?
Thanks for any assistance rendered
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Hi , how do we go about updating the camera's firmware ? had not tried updating. :)
Is it

download the firmware -> connect camera via usb -> execute the firmware
and the firmware will auto install in the connected 40D ?
Thanks for any assistance rendered
:)
there are detailed instructions on the firmware download page.
 

Pinoy

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Thanks for the info. 2nd time I updated firmware in this month. First, to 1.0.8 and now, to 1.1.1. So far, haven't ran into any issue with the new firmware...

:Later,
 

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I have an issue tho.

To recharge the battery, u have to take out from the camera to the charging unit, yes?

When needed to put back in, the date/time is reset and I had to set it back. Happens to anyone?
 

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I have an issue tho.

To recharge the battery, u have to take out from the camera to the charging unit, yes?

When needed to put back in, the date/time is reset and I had to set it back. Happens to anyone?

there should be a small, round battery inside the battery compartment that will prevent the date/time from reset...
 

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hi guys

can i jump direct from 1.0.8 to 1.1.1? will i loose what ever 1.0.9 & 1.1.0 suppose to correct?

thanks.
 

Pinoy

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can i jump direct from 1.0.8 to 1.1.1? will i loose what ever 1.0.9 & 1.1.0 suppose to correct?

thanks.
That's what I did. There was no public release (i.e. downloadable) for 1.0.9 and/or 1.1.0.

Anyway, the fixes are cumulative. So previous fixes get rolled into 1.1.1. Go for it.

:Later,
 

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Yes you may jump.The update is not incremental. It's save to jump let say you're save to jump from 1.0.1 to 1.1.0.
 

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there should be a small, round battery inside the battery compartment that will prevent the date/time from reset...
Yes, there should be a small battery there. Do check if the battery is dead or missing. It does happen once in a while with dud button-cell batteries. I encountered it on my PC recently where the BIOS battery died in under 1 year... the day/date just went totally haywire everytime I turned the computer off! :dunno:
 

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