Sony, in the present day, launched a firmware replace for its RX10 IV digicam that provides it Actual-Time Animal Eye AF and improves the general stability of the digicam.

Firmware model 2.00 provides the identical performance we’ve seen Sony add to various its different mirrorless cameras. As with the opposite cameras, the replace makes it attainable to make use of Sony’s AI-powered eye-tracking characteristic on sure animals. Sony doesn’t particularly say what animals the performance is restricted to, however does notice within the firmware changelog that ‘Eye detection is probably not attainable relying on the atmosphere, animal sort or the motion of the animal.’

Under is a quick explainer video of the characteristic shared by Sony on its YouTube channel:

Firmware model 2.00 for the RX10 IV is on the market to obtain for macOS and Home windows computer systems on Sony’s RX10 IV assist web page.