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Nikon releases Coolpix P100 firmware update version 1.2

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Check out the Nikon Coolpix P100 specifications & reviewsGo to the Nikon Coolpix P100 US firmware download page
Go to the Nikon Coolpix P100 EU firmware download page

Just in case you're interested, here's the complete sentence:

"When the monitor was turned on by pressing the power switch or shutter-release button, or by rotating the mode dial, after the camera had entered standby mode with the auto off function with the Welcome screen set to any option other than None (default setting), monitor display was completely black with only information displayed.  Further, when the shutter-release button was pressed halfway with this monitor display, the view through the lens was displayed, but the display included a significant amount of noise."

In case you missed or did not apply the previous Coolpix P100 update, you will get these improvements too:

[Version 1.1]
• Distortion control and Auto bracketing can now be enabled at the same time.
• An issue that caused light sources to appear green with continuous shooting in Night landscape scene mode has been resolved.
• When the camera was turned on by pressing the playback button with the mode dial set to “U” (user setting mode), and the MENU button then pressed, an error message was displayed.  This issue has been resolved.
• An issue that prevented the zoom from operating when the zoom control was pressed in the "T" direction and then immediately pressed in the "W" direction has been resolved.
• An issue that prevented the shutter speed display from blinking when the shutter speed specified with the mode dial set to "S" would result in under-exposure has been resolved.

Additional information: Check out the Nikon Coolpix P100 specifications & reviews
March 22, 2011
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