Panasonic firmware geared to upgrade L10

New firmware improves autofocus, autoexposure, and white-balance abilities, Panasonic said.

Panasonic's Lumix DMC-L10 SLR Panasonic

Panasonic released new firmware Monday that the company says improves its DMC-L10, the company's second SLR model.

Version 1.1 of the firmware, which can be downloaded from Panasonic's Web site, improves autofocus with the company's 14-50mm and 14-150mm lenses, improves autoexposure in night scenes, and improves the performance of the automatic white-balance operation, Panasonic said.

Panasonic announced the L10 in August. It costs $1,300, including a 14-50mm lens.

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