Panasonic has announced a firmware update for its Lumix S1, S1R and S1H mirrorless full format cameras for the end of the year. It enables the S1R to record 5K video and gives all three models the state-of-the-art AF technology of the new Lumix S5.
In addition to better autofocus performance, the update also brings improved recognition of people and their movements. In addition to eyes, face and body, the head is also recognized by the real-time technology to enable even more precise focusing. The camera also tracks the person when they move quickly, turn their back to the camera, tilt their head or move far away from the camera. In addition, improvements in DFD technology have optimized the AFC, which also allows users to continue to track and focus on small or fast-moving subjects. Users can take advantage of these benefits in both photo and video capture.
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