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I updated my X-T2 and my X-Pro2 today after talking with Steve in Fujiflim Tech Support. While I don't use MF and that is what the latest update addresses, Steve suggested keeping the camera firmware updated.

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Just a quick question to help clarify something.

Do you need to ensure you do not skip upgrades before installing the latest upgrade?

Would it be safe to skip an upgrade for instance?

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THis sounds like a straight forward complaint in which case you are addressing it to the wrong people.

However, if you are requesting advice then you should provide more information. Have you tried removing the battery or factory reset or re-seating the lens after checking the lens & camera contacts are clean and working?

If none of these things work I suggest you contact your local Fuji services.

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On 10 August 2017 at 5:10 PM, Christopher said:

Welcome to the community @Jeff Davies!

You can safely install a firmware update that is multiple versions ahead of the firmware your camera is currently running.

Thanks Christopher :)

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