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Hello PLNTSR, I own two models of Kodak cameras. Not one of them have ever been upgraded through Kodak. If you visit the Kodak website, check support and find your camera, if there is a FIRMWARE fix, then it's an upgrade. If there is no firmware fix, then there is no upgrade. Hope this helps.

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