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17 Jun

But the email below is pretty typical of many folks I’ve heard from. I should tell you, your work and explanations of the Panasonic cameras helped nudge me away from full frame (after 45 years); it was time for something new (video) while continuing to enjoy stills.

Had this been the only email I’ve ever received on the pain Lumix users feel when firmware updates are released, I wouldn’t even be writing this post.

Putting this on an SD card is actually a superior procedure to a direct download to the camera from the Internet, which is the way Olympus does it.

If you want horror stories about Olympus camera firmware updates which are caused by a direct download from a web page directly to camera, take a look at this thread on DPReview.

The SD card is the way to go even though this whole process is painful.

If the file sizes are different, you don’t have a complete download and this could be a problem.

Screenshot below of my computers finder showing the files are the same as the file above.