Canon has released firmware updates for three of their DSLRs. Now, don’t get too excited, as there are no new major features. The new firmware updates simply enhance security when sending images from your camera to image.canon. The updates come as changes being applied to the service in July 2023 that would cause an error on the affected cameras should their users choose not to update.
The three cameras to which the new updates apply are the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV (buy here), the Canon EOS 6D Mark II (buy here) and the Canon EOS 2000D – AKA Rebel T7/Kiss X90 (buy here). And while the firmware doesn’t bring new functionality, it’s interesting to see that Canon is still supporting their DSLRs, despite there being no clues that Canon plans to announce any new DSLR gear.