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April 2024 firmware for X-H2/S and X100VI brings HOT stuff

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The April 2024 firmware updates for the X-H2, X-H2S and X`100VI bring a couple of stellar updates for video:

- STEPLESS auto ISO. Just set your shutter and aperture manually (i.e. fixed) and ISO to Auto. Now as lighting changes in the frame, you will get a smooth, stepless ISO change and perfect exposure

- Start video recording and voila! you will see a red border on the LCD, just like on the X-T5

How bloody good are these? :)

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