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Ricoh releases new firmware for the Caplio R6 & Caplio R7

Ricoh releases firmware updates for the Caplio R6 and Caplio R7.

Firmware update version 1.45 for the Ricoh Caplio R6 fixes some problems with the operation of the lens retracting unit.  
Firmware update version 1.25 for the R7 model fixes a problem with direct printing in PictBridge mode. The camera may not connect properly with some printers and hence will not print out any pictures. Additionally the update will fix the same lens retracting unit problem as mentioned above with the R6 model...

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Ricoh releases new firmware for the Caplio R6 & Caplio R7 - digital camera and photography newsGoto the Ricoh R6 firmware ugrade download page

In case you missed or did not apply the previous Caplio R6 firmware update, you will get this improvement too:

[ version 1.43 ]
• Modified that a zoom position value displayed in the LCD when you turn a camera after you have registered Macro and Step zoom in a My Setting.

[ version 1.39 ]
• After you change any mode setting, the step zoom setting may become OFF.
• The skew correction feature may not work properly.
• If you turn camera power on with the mode set to the [LANDSCAPE] in the SCENE mode, the message:
  >> "Settings have been changed" will appear

[ version 1.36 ]
If you playback a picture with the [Quick Review] button in the shooting mode, and then if you click [OK] button to playback it enlarged, the location window in the right corner of the LCD may dissappear.


Goto the Ricoh R7 firmware ugrade download page

In case you missed or did not apply the previous Caplio R7 firmware update, you will get this improvement too:

[ version 1.20 ]
• Improve accuracy of the AF algorithm.
• Modified the following phenomenon. If you set F3:2 in picture quality/size, and if you take a picture with [WB-BKT] or [CL-BKT], a recording area will shift to the bottom and instead, the slight black line will be recorded in the top of the image.
November 1, 2007
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