After a recent announcement that a new firmware version for three cameras of the X-series was on its way, Fujifilm announces another round of firmware updates - this time a multitude of X-series and FinePix cameras will be upgraded. The models which will have a chance to boast about new firmware versions are the Fuji X-T1, Fuji X-Pro1, Fuji X-E1, Fuji X-E2, Fuji X-M1, Fuji X-A1, Fuji XQ1, Fuji FinePix S1, Fuji FinePix XP70 and Fuji FinePix XP200.
Thanks to these improvements, a great number of cameras will acquire the ability to print photographs directly via the Instax Share SP-1 printer. Other characteristics differ from one model to another; however, interchangeable lens X-series cameras will become compatible with the XF 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR lens. On the other hand, new firmware versions for the models XQ1 and FinePix comprise plenty of bug fixes, whereas with some other cameras belonging to the X-series, this newest firmware version brings with itself mainly improvements.
Please find more detailed information about the firmware updates in question and the Fujifilm cameras which will incorporate them on the following links: X-T1 (Version 1.10), X-Pro1 (Version 3.30), X-E1 (Version 2.30), X-E2 (Version 2.10), X-M1 (Version 1.20), X-A1 (Version 1.20), XQ1 (Version 1.20), FinePix S1 (Version 1.01), FinePix XP70 (Version 1.02), FinePix XP200 (Version 1.02).