Sony FX3 Firmware 2.02 Removes S-Log2

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ILME-FX3 System Software (Firmware) Update Ver. 2.02 (Windows/Mac) Download Here

Before installing the update, please note and check the following:

  • Precautions when updating from Ver. 2.00 and Ver. 2.01
    Updating to version 2.02 will delete the LUT (Look-Up Table) settings in the camera. Re-register the LUT settings after the update is complete.
  • Precautions when updating from Ver. 1.01 or earlier
    • After updating to Ver. 2.00 or later, the camera settings will be reset to the default values.
      Note: Since this update adds functions and makes major specification changes, the camera settings will be initialized as part of the update process. It is recommended that you make note of all the camera settings before proceeding. Even if you have saved the settings using the various save features available (such as Save/Load Settings and Save/Load FTP Settings) the settings before Ver. 1.01 cannot be read by the camera after the upgrade to Ver. 2.00 or later.
    • With the addition of the log shooting mode, the picture profiles were reviewed and the gamma setting S-Log2 is no longer included. After the update, you will need to use the gamma setting S-Log3.
    • You will be able to connect to the Imaging Edge Mobile app more easily. After pairing the app with the camera, you can transfer images and shoot remotely just by operating the app. Refer to Pairing the camera with a smartphone (Smartphone Regist.) in the Help Guide for detail. Along with this, the NFC one-touch connection function used up to Ver. 1.01 of the camera will no longer be available.
      Note: You will also need to update the Imaging Edge Mobile app to Ver. 7.7 or later, and register as a new camera after the update.

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