Canon releases new firmware for 1Ds Mark III

The update fixes flash card communications, as well as a problem with colors and vertical lines, according to the company.

Canon's brand-new EOS-1Ds Mark III Canon

Canon has released new firmware, version 1.0.6, for the EOS-1Ds Mark III, the company's $8,000 21.1-megapixel flagship SLR camera.

The update "improves the reliability of communication with some CompactFlash cards" and "fixes a phenomenon involving color cast and vertical lines appearing in images," the company said on the firmware download Web site.

(Via Digital Photography Review.)

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