Sony A6400 gains a valuable function. That's all thanks to the software upgrade to version 2.0. What other changes does the new firmware bring?
The Sony A6400 made its debut in January this year. Undoubtedly, this camera is noteworthy even for one of the best autofocus systems on the market. This has just gained a new feature, known from the more expensive models – Animal Eye AF.
Animal Eye AF, or sharpening the eye of an animal
Sony A6400 now has a very useful function, which is Eye AF. The camera catches the eye and focuses on it. Thus, in the tracking mode, he constantly follows the eye, guaranteeing the proper sharpness of the image even on a relatively wide hole. The now available firmware upgrade to version 2.0, for download on the Sony website , adds the "Eye AF" function in real time for animals. This means that it's much easier to take pictures of animals that are moving and difficult to keep up with . The new firmware also gives the RMT-P1BT wireless remote control function, which is sold separately. In addition, the software is intended to improve the overall stability of the camera.