Newly adopted AI-based subject recognition technology processes a vast amount of data to detect and track even rapidly moving subjects.
Sophisticated eye recognition and tracking
Accurate eye recognition
Enhanced Real-time Eye AF1 reliably recognises human faces, and focuses precisely on a person's eyes. When AF-C is set, Real-time Eye AF1 maintains stable focus on a moving subject even when part of the face is hidden, the face is backlit, or the subject is facing downwards.
Now you can select Left Eye, Right Eye, or Auto from the menu in advance, leaving you free to concentrate on composition. These selections can be assigned to custom buttons, allowing you to quickly toggle between choices mid-shoot.
Stunning animal images with Real-time Eye AF for Animals0
Real-time Eye AF for Animals supports animal tracking, allowing fast, precise, automatic detection and tracking of animal eyes, with just a half-press of the shutter button. This new capability will vastly increase the photographer’s success rate when shooting animals in the wild or beloved pets at home – situations where accurate focus positioning has previously been a challenge.0
For sporting events and other situations where your subjects are moving quickly, keeping them in constant focus can make all the difference between catching an important, dramatic moment or missing it.
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A new subject-recognition algorithm holds onto moving subjects
A newly developed subject recognition algorithm processes spatial information based on colour, subject distance (depth), pattern (brightness), and face and eye information at high speed in real time.
Seamless transitions from body to face and eye tracking
When shooting a distant person in motion, the tracking system captures the whole body, and the focus area will seamlessly change between the face and the eyes according to the condition of the subject.
Simply touch and track
Once Touch Tracking is set in the menu, select your subject simply by touching the monitor. For either stills or movies, the camera will begin to auto-track the subject.