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    Firmware 1.01

    I finally got it installed (Hey Sony...try bringing your archaic firmware updater into the 21st century). But my annoyance at the updater aside...the focusing on my Sigma 30/2.8 is faster. In fact I would even say quite a bit faster. About as fast as my X10 (maybe) and a lot more accurate than it was before. Nice little surprise that.

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    Great, now I have to figure out how to do it without a PC.
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    Heh it never occured to me firmware had anything to do with focus speed, i'd never felt the Sigmas were any slower than Sony lenses as some people were reporting
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    What camera? I looked and could not find any updated firmware for the NEX-6. Right now my camera is 1.00.

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    The 1.01 update I did was for my 5n

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bimjo View Post
    Great, now I have to figure out how to do it without a PC.
    If you're running 10.8 like I was that's about your only option. FWIW it finally worked using an old Windows XP machine


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    Quote Originally Posted by dixeyk View Post
    If you're running 10.8 like I was that's about your only option. FWIW it finally worked using an old Windows XP machine
    Library here I come!
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    I am curious how you look at your pictures without a computer? Phone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by msullivan View Post
    I am curious how you look at your pictures without a computer? Phone?

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    I run a Mac, no PC. I could use my iPad I suppose.
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    Macs are so advanced, you don't even need to run software on them!

    (And yet I'm a happy Mac user )


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