16 Feb 2016

Digital Bolex releases firmware upgrade 1.4: "Dirawong"

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The latest firmware has dropped for the Digital Bolex, along with an interesting new naming convention!

Ushering in an a new naming scheme, the "Dirawong" update (aka v.1.4) for the Digital Bolex D16 brings a number of important enhancements to the camera.

Some of the new features, such as the addition of ISO 800, removal of the magenta cast in the highlights and audio playback, have been long anticipated by the user base. Others, including  a number of subtle but important improvements, make the camera more flexible and stable for the user.

With more features still on the work bench, the team says to look for another update in the spring.

The D16 firmware 1.4 Dirawong can be downloaded from the Digital Bolex page.

Want more info? Check out the official press release on Page Two!

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