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asked by now what on February 11, 2012
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[Deleted by the author on Feb 26, 2012 8:39:19 AM PST]

Thanks. Don't know why I never noticed that before--guess I was too focused on looking at exposure data. One of my cameras (can't remember which one) would show it on the camera's LCD if you held a certain button down while turning the camera on. I assume the FZ150 has a similar feature, but I hesitate to start pushing buttons at random and possibly create a problem. Your tip is just as easy, and risk-free.
now what answered on February 13, 2012
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The way my m4/3 reads this is just download a shot to the computer and read the exif data. The firmware version should show up right near the top of the data. I just use the Windows and click on properties or alt+enter to bring it up. I'm pretty sure it shows up in any editing program.
Les Schmader answered on February 12, 2012
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