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  • CAF with the latest 3.1 firmware

    Been running some more tests with this and the 100-400, its only a pigeon again but it was coming towards me at a fast pace, i missed a few shots at the beginning while the bird was small in the EVF but once it found focus i feel it stayed with it well.
    Critical sharpness can not be judged due to the ISOs used but no frames have been missed out.
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    Looks like a 5 image limit so here are the other two

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    • #3
      Those are wonderful shots

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      • #4
        The firmware update is getting a lot of positive feedback.

        Is 5 shots per post too low?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Ian View Post
          The firmware update is getting a lot of positive feedback.

          Is 5 shots per post too low?

          Ian

          In all honesty i would say not normaly

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          • #6
            It did well at 400mm

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            • #7
              25 Shots of a muscovy duck coming towards me, got them all but will just post the first and last.

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              • #8
                So what's your verdict on the change in performance after the update?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Ian View Post
                  So what's your verdict on the change in performance after the update?

                  Ian
                  My pre update experience was from over a year ago as i had one before the update,i can only remember it as being better than the Panasonic DFD, this time with the update i would match it to a lot of DSLRs, possibly not top end D500s etc but not far of those.

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                  • #10
                    This was my last test, 25 images in one burst, i kept the file sizes down for the forum, it actually nailed focus on all of them, the ones with the head OOF was purely me getting the focus point in the wrong place and bits of the duck further back are in focus.

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                            • #15
                              I wonder if AI is in use with the update, as it is with the E-M1x - I'm not sure if the E-M1 Mark II has comparable neural processing (if at all). But most reports suggest the latest E-M1 II update delivers a noticeable improvement in focusing.
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