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hi , i was reading through the posts on here and ive noticed a lot of people talking about firware updating, and i wanted to know is it really neccasary, and is there a chance of it corrupting the camera if it goes wrong ??thanks in advance Russ hi , i was reading through the posts on here and ive noticed a lot of people talking about firware updating, and i wanted to know is it really neccasary, and is there a chance of it corrupting the camera if it goes wrong ??If you're like me, you have a healthy chunk of change invested in your camera.The last thing you want is to have your camera become a very pretty, very expensive paperweight. I've had computers KO'd several times because of MS "fixes" not playing nice with a device driver or software that I use.Think of it like this: Microsoft is constantly releasing updates to Windows in order to fix bugs and avoid problems on your PC.Antivirus software vendors constantly update their software on your computer to try to keep your computer virus free. The firmware updates that Nikon provides fix bugs and KNOWN ISSUES with the existing firmware on your camera.You could refer to the Nikon software change logs to see what the firmware fixes, and if it is an issue for you then run the update. You could refer to the Nikon software change logs to see what the firmware fixes, and if it is an issue for you then run the update. ok great thanks for the replies , i dont think ill bother for now , but if i update at a later time can i go from my firmware to say .. thanks again Russ ok great thanks for the replies , i dont think ill bother for now , but if i update at a later time can i go from my firmware to say .. thanks again Russ There may not be any new updates to D80 firmware, since the D80 is being superseded by the D90 in the Nikon lineup.I suggest that you go ahead and update the firmware.

The D80 might have a rescue trick, I don't know, I've never trashed it!

I haven't heard any camera 'crashed' after firmware update, but I did heard many 'crashed' cameras started functioning normal after firmware update. If such a comparison was even possible, I am sure that most of us would be shooting with Canon now! If such a comparison was even possible, I am sure that most of us would be shooting with Canon now!

As it's been said here few times before, if your camera serves you well, why'd you need an update (while bein' suspicious it might corrupt your 'baby')? Back to the topic, I always updated the firmware and never had a problem. Back to the topic, I always updated the firmware and never had a problem.

Update 1.11 fixes some issues that might lead to your camera ceasing to function.

If you're like me, you have a healthy chunk of change invested in your camera.

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