Nikon has released eye AF firmware updates for Nikon Z6 and Z7. Here is the video comparison of Sony a7 III Vs. Nikon Z6 Vs. Canon EOS R on eye AF. From the result, we can see Sony a7 III’s eye AF is still much better than Nikon Z6 and Canon EOS R.
Sony has just released a new series of firmware updates for most of Sony cameras today. These cameras are: Sony Alpha a9, Sony Alpha a7R III, Sony Alpha a7 III, Sony Alpha a7S II, Sony Alpha a7R II, Sony Alpha a7 II, Sony Alpha a6500 and Sony Alpha a99 II. The main changes is improves the overall stability of the camera.
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What to expect next from Sony in the second half of 2019 to early 2020 ? Currently, there is no camera code got registered at certification bodies, so don’t expect new cameras to be announced within 1-2 months. Here is a roundup rumors of upcoming Sony cameras and lenses.
BCN analyzed the full frame mirrorless camera share in Japan in April, from the result we can see the Sony a7 III has 40% + full frame mirrorless market share and still rising. While market share of recently released Canon’s EOS RP is falling very fast. Canon didn’t not successfully use low-cost EOS RP to gain share.
We already posted that upcoming Sony a9 II will be announced in 2019. Now according to a reliable source from SAR, they also confirmed that Sony a9II will be officially announced in September 2019 with revolution features. Sony want to release something for the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
The firmware update version 3.0 for a7R III (Adorama/B&H /Amazon) and a7 III (Amazon/B&H Photo/Adorama) full-frame mirrorless cameras now already released, bringing enhanced real-time Eye AF functionality as well as an Eye AF mode designed specifically for animals. Here are first roundup video tests of a7 III & a7R III with firmware version 3.0.
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