Nissin MG10 Flash Firmware Update Instructions
Nissin MG10 flashes have user-upgradeable firmware. That means that you can update the internal software that runs the MG10 in order to add compatibility with new cameras, fix problems, or to add features.
The MG10's firmware can be updated by downloading current firmware files to a MicroSD card (FAT32 formatted) and inserting the MicroSD card into the MG10 flash to perform the update.
How to Check a MG10 Flash's Current Firmware Version:
1. Make sure the MG10's power is off.
2. Press and hold the Power button and the Pilot button at the same time for 5 seconds.
3. The Pilot LED will begin blinking the number of the consecutive blinks equals the number of the currently installed firmware version (e.g., 7 blinks equals firmware v.7).
How to Update the MG10 Firmware:
|1. Download the appropriate MG10 firmware update file to your computer. Scroll down to the bottom of the MG10 Product Page at NissinDigital.com and click the "Download" button next to the firmware version for your camera brand. Open the .zip file downloaded to your computer, and you will find a folder with two .hex files inside it.
|2. Insert a MicroSD card into your computer's card reader and make sure that that card is formatted in FAT32 format.
|3. Copy the .hex files that you downloaded to your computer (and extracted from the .zip file) onto the MicroSD card.
|4. Make sure the MG10 is powered off. Insert the MicroSD card into the MicroSD card slot on the MG10 and turn the MG10 on by pressing the power button.
|5. The LED light on the MG10 will blink orange and then red. Wait until the LED blinks green, indicating that the firmware update is complete.
|6. Remove the MicroSD card from the MG10. Press the power button on the MG10 to restart the flash. You can now check the MG10's current firmware version (see steps, above) to confirm that the update was installed.
Review the Nissin MG10 Firmware License agreement (scroll to the bottom of the linked page).