Olympus E-P1 firmware update.

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Olympus has released a firmware update for its E-P1 Micro Four Thirds camera. Version 1.1 improves the camera operation in Continuous AF mode (C-AF). The company has also posted firmware updates for the E-P1’s kit lenses: the M. Zuiko Digital ED 14-42mm 1:3.5-5.6 and the M. Zuiko Digital 17mm 1:2.8 pancake lens. The updates promise to improve the autofocus operation of both the lenses. Firmware updates can be downloaded via the Olympus Master/Studio software.

source: http://www.dpreview.com/news/0909/09091501olyep1firmware.asp

First owners are experiencing a 40%-50% faster focusing with both lenses

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  • skeptic

    Please enlighten me, but I can’t find any information of real users claiming that CAF is vastly improved.

  • Dennis

    Great!

    Any rumors on E-3 firmware update?

  • Pat

    Has anyone had problems with the camera not communicating with Olympus Master 2? It works as far as knowing that I need the update then I click Update and Agree and a spinning set of dots appears and goes on for 10 minutes and then finally just says could not communicate with camera. The LCD on my camera never brings up any screen to give me any indication it is doing a damn thing.

    When I plug the USB in it asks me Storage, MTP, or Print. I just select Storage because otherwise the software just says cannot find camera, retry?

    What is going on?

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