Fringer EF-FX (Pro) II Firmware v2.00 Released

A new firmware (v2.00) has been released for Fringer EF-FX Pro II and EF-FX II.

We are glad to release a new firmware, i.e. version 2.00, for Fringer EF-FX Pro II and EF-FX II adapters. Some issues that bothering us for a long time have finally been fixed. We suggest every user upgrade their adapter to this version.

Detailed information:

Version 2.00
1. Bug fixed: When cameras equipped with X-Trans IV CMOS (X-T3, X-T4, X- S10, etc.) work with some of fast, telephoto and macro lenses, there may be repeatedly AF hunting when aperture isn’t wide open.
2. Bug fixed: On some cameras like X-T3, after a photo was taken, if playback button is pressed and then shutter button is half-pressed in short time, the camera may be frozen until the adapter or the battery is taken off the camera.
3. Bug fixed: There may be abnormal chromatic aberration on photos taken by some lenses that haven’t been optimized.
4. Fixed PDAF issues for some lenses of the following models: Lens didn’t get recognized by the adapter due to different lens firmware version.

5. Fixed IBIS issues for the following lenses:

6. Added following lenses to the tested and optimized lens list:

Please visit the official website to download the firmware and its release notes. Follow the instructions in the release notes or user’s manual to update your adapter.

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