In visiting friends who are convinced pixelography is the answer to the worlds problems I hear them talking about 'firmware updates' for their cameras so they will work right. Seems many have problems that come with the cameras and have to be 'fixed' some way. Where do I find a firmware update for my Deardorff V8? It was made in 1949 for the US Military so I figure if anything comes with an update, this must be it. It still works just fine. Takes lenses, holders and film without problem. No light leaks(a new Bellows a few years back took of that, the added weight of 37 pounds of gaffers tape to patch the corner light leaks told my back it was time to get a new one) and no focus problems. But, there must be some kind of firmware update available for this camera that will make everything I photograph a work of art. Maybe Photoshop? I read in an ad that if I use Photoshop my work will then become art. Any firmware update out there that will make it work better? Or perform better at 20 degrees below zero? Or maybe some kind of anti vibration firmware that will make the camera steady in 30 mph wind gusts? If I do find an update, where do I plug it in on this camera? Not too scared of getting electrocuted doing so if I play it safe and only touch the wooden parts, but will it melt the metal knobs? Thanks in advance for the help. Am looking forward to it so I can get the camera more 'with it' before it becomes obsolete.