Do any MFT cameras have PDAF or "Hybrid" AF?

Started Nov 11, 2012 | Discussions thread
DonParrot
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Re: No, and I'm not sure you'll want that.
In reply to thinkfat, Nov 12, 2012

thinkfat wrote:

All current implementations of the "Hybrid AF", i.e. PDAF on main image sensor suffer from erratic performance. EOS-M is slow, all Fujifilm (including X-Pro1) are OK only in good light, etc. Good tracking doesn't automatically go together with PDAF as a technology.

Yes indeed. And as far as I know, the company that used on-sensor PDAF first - Fuji - already have abandoned this technology. Wouldn't you think that they had their reasons for doing so?

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