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Canon EOS R firmware 1.4.Zero now accessible for obtain

Now you can obtain firmware 1.4.Zero for the Canon EOS R by way of Canon Mexico. We anticipate different world Canon websites to make the firmware accessible tomorrow.

Firmware Model 1.4.Zero incorporates the next enhancement:

  • Enhances eye detection Auto Focus (AF) for improved face and eye recognition at higher distances.
  • Improved Auto Focus (AF) efficiency helps the digital camera to deal with and observe smaller topics.
  • Reduces lag time between the precise Auto Focus (AF) and the AF body show for pictures within the viewfinder or on the LCD.
  • Fixes a phenomenon through which the AF body measurement can’t be modified within the Servo AF setting.
  • Fixes PTP communication vulnerability.

Obtain Canon EOS R firmware v1.4.0


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