Panasonic and Pentax will be introducing new firmware updates for their digital cameras, with Panasonic being the apparent “winner” here as their 1.11 update for the DMC-G2 will deliver a much better performance when taking photos courtesy of an improved AE lock which will hold even when you’re using the touch shutter, alongside support for the new H-FT012 lens. As for Pentax’s 1.01 update for its K-5, that will enable you to shoot 20 images in a burst, which is more than double of what it does currently – which is eight. Both firmware updates are already available now, so if you own either camera, why not mosey over and download them?
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