New Sony a7r II Firmware 3.30 Now Available. Improved Temperature Control & RC Flash Support Plus HDMI Out for Stills

August 18, 20160 Comments

Sony-a7RII-FW3.30

The new Sony a7r II 3.30 firmware looks to be addressing temperature issues again by “optimizing temperature control, effect is different according to temperature” Man Sony! These descriptions leave you scratching your head. I haven’t had any overheating issues in stills mode yet. Lets just say it ain’t no a6300! That camera drove me crazy! The more clear updates add support for Sony radio controlled Flash systems plus now will output video via HDMI (still mode) when using the Remote Camera Control software. And the always added and never defined “Improves overall stability and operability of the camera”

What Does This Do?

This utility updates the ILCE-7RM2 system software to version 3.30, and provides the following benefits:

  • Adds support for Radio Controlled Lighting System
  • Improves stability in picture shooting mode (optimizing temperature control, effect is different according to temperature)
  • Adds support to output video via HDMI (still mode) when using the Remote Camera Control software
  • Improves overall stability and operability of the camera

If you haven’t updated your a7r ii in a while all the previous updates are included 3.30

Mac Version HERE

PC Version HERE

For Mac OSX Yosemite 10.10 & El Capitan 10.11

You will need to install Mac Driver Loader before running any updates.

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