For more information on tethering functions and features refer to the Tethering manual pdf document included with this bulletin.
The new firmware also provides the following improvements and/or fixes: The following list of DSLR cameras supports the RAW processing feature. This is not a list for RAW full screen view support. For a complete list of cameras that support RAW file format refer to the P-6000/P-7000 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) posted on this product’s support page at www.epson.com.
The RAW processing feature is now supported on the following DSLR cameras:
Nikon: D3S / D300S / D3000
Canon: EOS 7D
SONY: A-230 / A-330 / A-380
Tether feature can be started directly by pressing DISPLAY button on HOME screen.
“Select data to transfer" in tethering mode now displays when the camera is set to shoot in both RAW+JPEG mode.
The data transfer progress bar display position has been modified.
Corrects Pentax K20D RAW file processing errors under high ISO conditions.
Corrects color processing on Canon 5D Mk II and Nikon D3X RAW files.
The following is a list of limitations for RAW processing feature. This also applies to older firmware.
RAW processing is not supported on Nikon D3X, D3, D700 and other models that use “Hi-2” and “Compressed RAW” formats.
RAW processing is not supported on the Nikon D2Hs, D2H, and D100.
On the Canon EOS 20D, RAW files from cameras with older firmware may not support RAW processing.
On the Canon EOS 40D, 50D, RAW processing cannot be used on sRAW / mRAW.
On the Canon EOS 5D Mark II, RAW processing cannot be used on sRAW1 and sRAW2.
RAW processing is not supported on the Canon EOS 1Ds Mark II, EOS 1Ds, EOS 1D Mark III, EOS 1D Mark II, EOS 1D.
RAW processing is not supported on the Olympus E-1, E-3, E-300, E-410, E-420, E- 510, E-520, and E-P1.
RAW processing is not supported on the Sony α550, α700, α900.
Firmware 2.51 can now capture RAW file resolution information. Note: if the viewer does not display this information, clear the cache file. Follow these steps to delete the cache files from the viewer: On the Home screen, press the Menu key. Select [Settings], then [Delete all cache files]. Press OK.
Small bright spots may sometimes appear when using RAW processing on a SONY Alpha series RAW file.
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