So, Canon has released updated firmware for Canon 80D last month; Nothing has been improved as far as the performance goes. you can check the change log in the description below. but if you want to upgrade it, here is how to do it. First open Canon website, I have linked it in the description. Click on drivers and downloads on top of the page and then enter 80D in the model of the camera. Click on firmware and select the package based on your operating system. Once your .zip or .dng file is downloaded, Unzip the package in the folder and there should be one file in the folder with extension .FIR If you are already using your SD car for 80D there should be two folders named DCIM and MISC. If not, just format your SD card in the camera. To do that, turn on the camera, click on the Menu and Click on the Menu, and go to third option with Setting symbol on the top. and select format card and press OK. Now, connect your SD card to the laptop and copy firmware file to just to the first window of your SD card and not going into any sub-folder. Put back your SD card into the camera, dial your camera to P mode and then turn on the camera. Again go to setting and go to 4th option where you can see your current firmware version in the end. Select and then make sure you have the full battery in your camera and then press ok, It will install the firmware file we just copied. Now you can check your updated firmware to 1.0.2 in the same Menu page. Hope this was helpful, if you have any suggestions or questions; leave a comment below, subscribe for the small tips, and as always, thanks for watching.