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Sony A7R IV Animal Eye Autofocus on Insects?

 
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 21, 2019 4:13 am    Post subject: Sony A7R IV Animal Eye Autofocus on Insects? Reply with quote

Hey Everyone,
Sony says: "...AI-based Real-time Eye AF has evolved to a new level, now providing reliable real-time eye autofocus for animals" showing sample images of cats, dogs, lions and foxes. I did some tests ons several animals using the Sony A7R IV, 90mm macro lens and the new 200-600mm tele lens. Have you experienced better results with the a7r3 or a7r4? On most animals (birds, snakes, insects, ...) it does not work at all:/
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