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Nikon Z 50 Video Recording Now Supports Eye-Detection Autofocus – small tech news



IT House news on January 24th, Nikon today released a firmware update version 2.40 for the APS-C mirrorless camera Z 50,Brings eye-detection autofocus support to video recording.

The updates are as follows:

  • Eye-detection autofocus is now available during video recording.

  • improved to [自动区域 AF] eye detection performance.

  • Improved refresh rate of focus points displayed in live view during subject tracking and face/eye-detection AF.

The Z 50 is Nikon’s first Z-mount DX-format mirrorless digital camera. With approximately 20.88 million effective pixels, the Z 50 is a Nikon DX-format mirrorless camera equipped with a combination of CMOS sensors and focal-plane phase-detection autofocus pixels.

The Nikon Z 50 is equipped with an approximately 8cm (approximately 3.2 inches), approximately 1.04 million-dot tiltable TFT touch LCD display that supports touch-screen operations familiar to smartphone users. The tiltable display has a wide range of angle adjustments, making it possible to record photos and videos from a variety of angles, while also supporting selfies. The Z 50 is also capable of recording full-frame 4K UHD video. In addition, photos and videos recorded by the camera can be transferred to mobile smart devices using the SnapBridge app.

IT home friends canClick here to download firmware update 2.40bringing a new recording improvement to the Nikon Z 50.

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