Earlier today I found a YouTube video which shows the E-M1X Bird Detection AI in action with a variety of subjects. Readers who enjoy bird photography may find this short video of interest.
As you watch the video you’ll witness the Olympus Bird Detection AI recognize a bird by drawing a white box around it. As the photographer half depresses the shutter on the E-M1X, Bird Detection AI then acquires focus on the head/eye of the bird. Then you’ll see some image pulsations as photographs are being captured.
I can hardly wait to update my E-M1X bodies on December 2 when this firmware update is available! My M.Zuiko 100-400 mm f/5-6.3 IS should be arriving within the next few days.
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