4. Following DSLR are now supported or confirmed to work with the Tethering feature: Nikon: D300s/D5000/D200/D80
Bug Fix: Images were not processed correctly when the image is 5:4 aspect ratio and in portrait orientation.
Bug Fix: An error occurred on Print Wizard when [Reset Cropping] is selected multiple times.
Bug Fix: Sometimes the string scroll is stopped on long key press.
Bug Fix: EPSON Link2 does not recognize a date folder as new folder which is once copied to PC, and new files are added with Tethering feature after that.
Bug Fix: Lexar™ JumpDrive® 32GB was not recognized as a USB device.
Bug Fix: Sort order was not correct on Rating Filter.
The following is a list of limitations for RAW processing feature. This also applies to older firmware. Again this information refers to the Viewer’s RAW processing feature, this is not a list of RAW Full Screen viewing support, for a complete list of supported cameras and RAW file viewing support refer to the Epson.com P-6000 or P-7000 support page under Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
Nikon D3x, D3, D700, D70, D300, D300s, any other models that support “Hi-2” and “Compressed RAW” formats, these files do not support RAW processing.
Nikon D2Hs, D2H, and D100: do not support RAW processing.
Canon EOS 20D: RAW files from cameras with an older firmware may not support RAW processing.
Canon EOS 40D, 50D: sRAW is not available for RAW processing feature.
Canon EOS 5D Mark II: sRAW1 and sRAW2 are not available for RAW processing.
Canon EOS 1Ds Mark II, EOS 1Ds, EOS 1D Mark III, EOS 1D Mark II, EOS 1D are Not supported for RAW processing.
Olympus E-1, E-3, E-300, E-410, E-420, E-510, E-520, E-P1: are not supported for RAW processing.
Sony α230, α330, α380, α550, α700, α900: are not supported for RAW processing.
The new 2.40 viewer firmware can now get RAW file resolution information; however, the older firmware could not get the resolution information. The older firmware does not show RAW file resolution but the information is cached on the viewer. The new firmware can get the resolution but use the cached information. As a result, some newly supported RAW file may have no RAW image resolution. To avoid this issue, the cache files must be deleted. Follow this process to delete the cache files: On the Home screen, press the Menu key. Select [Settings], then [Delete all cache files]. Press OK.
P-6000/P-7000 Firmware Update Instructions: Note: Before starting the firmware update process, confirm that there are no files on the memory card. The card should be formatted on a computer with a Memory Card reader and not in the camera.
To download and install the new firmware file, you will need the following:
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