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Real-time Tracking | RX100 VII | Sony | Cyber-shot

January 10, 2020

Real-time Tracking Speed x AI AI-based* Real-time Tracking
*Subject tracking algorithm employs AI (artificial intelligence) technology, including machine learning. AI-based Real-time Tracking*
colour / pattern / distance / face / eye
*Subject tracking algorithm employs AI (artificial intelligence) technology, including machine learning. AI-based Real-time Tracking*
*Subject tracking algorithm employs AI (artificial intelligence) technology, including machine learning. Works with Real-time Eye AF seamlessly Precise and tenatious tracking Tracks even fast-moving subjects Real-time Tracking for movies Touch Tracking for stills and movies Works with Real-time Eye AF in movies Real-time Tracking may not always work as intended, depending on the shooting scene and conditions.
Features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Screen displays and effects used to illustrate some functions are simulated.

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  • Reply S.T.A Turjo July 25, 2019 at 2:07 pm

    its good

  • Reply Stefanie Daniella July 25, 2019 at 5:38 pm

    simulated for illustration only
    same old PR "show"
    yes, the DoF was already deep enough the simulation footage could have easily been shot on a focus-free (fixed focus) camera

    notice in the motocross rider scene BOTH background of dirt track and foreground are IN FOCUS the whole time, and NEVER CHANGE when "subject follow" indicator "displayed" on the motocross rider races through the dirt track turn = DEEP DOF (no AF needed really)

    and YES, viewers can SEE the motorcross rider LOOKS TOO BLURRY (MOTION BLUR) due to shutterspeeds TOO SLOW, because apertures were CRANKED TOO far into achieving DEEP DOF (narrower aperture diameters than necessary) = which means even "manual fixed focus" is even FASTER than "so-called world's fastest AF really did not need to be turned on anyway" !!!

  • Reply Cliff Batson July 25, 2019 at 5:55 pm

    I don't have any doubt that the focus tracking is good but, c'mon Sony. In this video, the subject's variation in distance from the camera (especially relative to the focal length in the long shots) aren't varied enough for us to even SEE the focus changing. Very poor demonstration and you should know better.

  • Reply キューティープラス July 25, 2019 at 6:42 pm

    Can't wait for RX10mkV with NP-FZ100 battery and UHS-II.

  • Reply Paul Blank July 26, 2019 at 4:09 am

    Boring. Where is mini A9 in apsc or entry level full frame? Where is A7000? Where are affordable primes? Where is A7iii with A9 tracking? Where are the new sensors?
    Fuji is eating your lunch

  • Reply Niyaz 11 July 26, 2019 at 1:28 pm


  • Reply Charles Dill August 5, 2019 at 4:59 am

    Nice series of videos. I'm pre-ordered. BTW there is a typo at 00:28. "Tenatious" should be "tenacious"

  • Reply jbravo70 August 23, 2019 at 12:25 am

    Question? Do you have to have your finger on button depressed to get the square on eye constantly? Or can you set it so the box on the eye can be locked on eye and showing on the eye in the lcd?
    It green eye box only works for me when I depress the shutter button 1/2 way, and I want it to always be showing when I’m looking at it on the rear lcd. Can anyone help? Thank you

  • Reply Collin Kuo October 14, 2019 at 3:26 am

    I need this girl name,anyone who can tell me?

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