Greg Friedman wrote: … who has the better autofocus tracking?
Greg Friedman wrote: Hey guys. I'm currently shooting Nikon, however looking at getting another camera body. I want something that has superior autofocus intelligence. I know Canon has their dual pixel thing going on, and Sony has their Phase detect. I'm talking top tier cameras if it makes any difference. But who has the better autofocus tracking?
Inez Villarin wrote: Sony has best face detection from what I've heard and read a number of times.
Not sure how you came up with Sony has been in the game longer. If you are talking full frame mirrorless, then yes Sony has been in the game longer but that's the only case. Nikon and Canon DSLR's still rule the day but the Sony A9 is right there with them now. The Olympus E-M1X is supposed to be there with them but I haven't tried it yet. I think it probably lags behind a touch. I know my Olympus E-M1 MKII tracks certain things decently but can struggle at times. I put that down to user error as much as anything. I've never taken the time to figure out the optimal settings.
No Show wrote: Easily Sony on this one. They just have been in the game longer.
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