Animal Eye AF

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tbcass
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Re: Animal Eye AF
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J A C S wrote:

tbcass wrote:

J A C S wrote:

tbcass wrote:

Now do it while your cat is moving around. While I don't have a camera with animal eye AF to deny that it an extremely useful feature for some people is a very narrow minded point of view.

It would be, I guess, if it can do it. What evidence do you have that the animal eye AF can track a running cat with a precision that just tracking its head, for example, would not be enough?

What evidence do you have that it can't?

A proof by - prove me wrong, even though I did not prove anything. I love it. I have to use it in my work.

What part of hypothetical don't you understand? In this type of discussion claiming a feature does not work without proof is the same as claiming it does work without proof. I am claiming neither because it's an unknown. Until we see actual results from testers any discussion of how well it will work on existing cameras is an unknown. Human eye AF has improved to the point where it is very accurate. If not right away we can expect animal eye AF to achieve the same level eventually.

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