Apr 29, 2016 Nikon D5300/D5500 firmware compatibility with Sigma lenses? Apr 28, 2016 I recently tried a D5500 with firmware v1.01 with a couple of older Sigma lenses (8-16 and 17-50/2.8), and the AF didn't work, a known incompatibility I believe. Nikon digital-SLR cameras beginning with the D1 (released in 1999) to the D750 (released in September 2014) as well as the D5500. Nikon 1 cameras beginning with the V1 and J1 (released in 2011) to the V3 and J4 (released in May 2014), as well as the S2.
I recently had the same issue on my new D5500 with two Sigma lenses, one I already owned (70-300 DG APO) and one I had just bought on eBay (10-20DC). Raised this with Nikon and they did advise it was a known issue with V1.01 firmware on the camera and that I should contact Sigma. Ultimately, because I bought both lenses on eBay, I had to send both lenses to Sigma UK to have the firmware updated at £37.99 each. The good news is that it worked and both lenses now work great.
No idea what Sigma's policy is in Australia, but in the UK if the lens is in warranty they will do this for free. If it's out warranty but you still have proof of purchase (receipt/delivery note) they will do it for £10. Suggest you get in contact with Sigma Australia and see what they say. The root of the problem is that when Nikon update their camera firmware, they only test and certify it with Nikon lenses, which I suppose is fair considering the wealth of third party ones on the market which they can't be responsible for. Good show to Sigma for addressing the issue and offering a solution, but back luck for those, like me, that saved money by buying good quality used lenses and then got stuck with an extra bill for the update. Good luck with yours mate! Hope you get it sorted.
Img vpo driver for mac. Firmware update version 1.02 for the D5500 DSLR camera (). The following issues were fixed: • The camera would stop responding if the multi selector was pressed right with Add items > CUSTOM SETTING MENU > c Timers/AE lock selected in MY MENU. • The shutter would sometimes not be released in response to live view touch shutter controls if autofocus was used with an SB-800 flash unit attached. • Optimal exposure would sometimes not be achieved in photographs taken during live view with lenses that support both autofocus and electronic aperture control (type E lenses). • If image review was enabled during viewfinder photography, the camera would sometimes display shooting information in place of the most recent picture when the user removed their eye from the viewfinder after shooting.
• The camera would sometimes fail to store the option selected for a Autofocus > a3 Built-in AF-assist illuminator in the CUSTOM SETTING MENU after the mode dial was rotated to another setting.
I own a Nikon D3100 and I need a way to see the live view of my camera on my laptop screen. There must definitely be a way (I am not just aware of it). /invitation-making-software-for-mac/. I have searched all around the web sites. I could not get a solution. The Nikon Camera Control Pro 2 does not support D3100, and 'Camera Control 5.1' connects and shoots remotely from a laptop but does not show live-view nor shoot in RAW. There is a way of connecting my camera to a TV or monitor directly via an HDMI cable and getting the live view, but I want it displayed to my laptop screen. Most tethering softwares that list support for Nikon cameras do not include the D3xxx series.