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friends, I just read on the fuji site that 4.01 is a roll back to 3.0 and now I cant shoot f-log in camera. I shoot drone in two days and I promised 4k f log to the director and dp. I don't have time to source an external 4k recorder. I could use a .dat of the 4.0 but cant find it anywhere. can someone post a copy. I just chatted with a xt2 4.0 f-log shooter on instagram and he's not having any problems - running 4.0 is a risk im willing to take. let me know if you have and can post a copy. 

 

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So I've discovered that there is no way to downgrade / roll back / downdate fuji firmware. its very unfortunate. I do it from time to time with drives for my graphics card for example if my system is crashing after a new release. really wish fuji would let me roll back manualy. 

 

I'm also not finding a way to factory reset X/

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