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    body dozenīt see lens after firmware update

    Hi. I just updated firmware to 4.1 and now body dosenīt see the lens. Can anybody help me with this ?

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    Re: body dozenīt see lens after firmware update

    Quote Originally Posted by dommann View Post
    Hi. I just updated firmware to 4.1 and now body dosenīt see the lens. Can anybody help me with this ?
    Which lens & is the locking pin sticking?
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    Re: body dozenīt see lens after firmware update

    its 12-40 f2.8 lens and the pins are ok. It happened just after update

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    Re: body dozenīt see lens after firmware update

    Do you have any other lenses?

    Ross is referring to an issue where if the bayonet locking pin doesn't engage with the lens properly then the lens is basically not recognised.

    What actually do you see when you switch the camera on?

    Was there an OK graphic displayed on camera screen at the end of the update process? Did you also update the 12-40 firmware at the same time?

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    Re: body dozenīt see lens after firmware update

    And this is the OK screen you should have seen on the camera.

    Ross
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