D800 will receive its next incremental software update in the upcoming week to fix a few issues related to wireless flash trigger and green cast matter, according to Nikon Rumors.
The first issue has been spotted by users
and is related to CLS (Creative Lighting System), which wirelessly provides the link between your camera and flash units. Nikon has provided a workaround
for this. Nikon recommends the following steps as a workaround while a solution is being developed:
- Set internal flash to “TTL” mode or,
- Fire the external flashes in groups A and B in mode “TTL” or “AA.”
The second issue concerns the color of D4/D800s
LCD screen compared to D700/D3s, which makes images look slightly greener. This will also be fixed with the upcoming firmware after a color profile reset is applied.
Besides all this, Nikon Rumors notes that, somehow, an existing focusing bug will be fixed. Nikon is yet to officially acknowledge the bug, says the same source.
While waiting for a new release from Nikon, we encourage users to download and install the current firmware for D800 cameras, for Windows and Mac OS platforms. Download Nikon D800 Firmware Update
Download Nikon D800E Firmware Update