If you read the discussion, the question has been answered by one of our friend. Since no reply for you......just open the image in the LCD, then use the right or left cursor to see the data of the image. you'll see the firmware version in the 2nd line if I'm not mistaken.
Pinky Mirror Nikonians@Jakarta,Indonesia-- it's near Bali, if you don't know where it is
What do you do in Hong Kong? And how have things changed since the Chicoms took back the city?
Are there still great bargains on cameras, clothing, and other electronics as I can recall from several decades ago? And of course,are the ladies still as exotic as ever? To serve as models for photos of course!!!
I have just sent mine off to Melville, NY from Frederick, MD. I am hoping the firmware upgrade plus the adjustments I requested will help me to appreciate this camera even more. I love its adaptability, ergonomics, and its digitalness....(is that a word??).
Anyway I have experienced in the field, focus problems (back focusing as some have called it) although using the sharpening in capture has fixed 99% of them, and under exposure to a majority of my indoor and some outdoor shots (and that is fixed by using photo editing software too, I just don't like to fool with the pics too much on a computer). I shoot in Auto Mode alot.
If this upgrade does not make me happy I will be willing to trade for a fairly recent F5 body or an F100 with a few accessories to make up for the value difference.