Updates to the Sony FX6’s firmware are now available.

FX6 owners may now download Sony’s V.2.00 Firmware, which was first revealed a few weeks ago.

New features include RAW output over HDMI, AI-based real-time AF tracking, focus breathing correction, bokeh control mode, a new image cache recording function, and four-channel audio meters in the latest firmware.

Download link: Sony FX6 Firmware Version 2.00 – WindowsMac

Benefits and Improvements in the firmware

  • While using manual focus, you may still use Real-time Tracking AF, which is powered by AI, to keep track on the subject.
  • To keep the angle of view constant, use Breathing Compensation.
  • Breathing Compensation-enabled lenses are recommended.
  • Add an HDMI output for 16-bit RAW
  • The bokeh adjustment setting makes fine-tuning exposure adjustments simple.
  • EVF SDR Gain Metadata Recording may now record in both High Dynamic Range (HDR) and Standard Dynamic Range (SDR) simultaneously thanks to the addition of new HDR/SDR dual production options.
  • When using S&Q Motion, the Picture Cache Recording capability should be added.
  • The on-screen display showed the four-channel audio level meter.
  • Complementary functions are welcome.

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