Nikon today released firmware update 2.40 for the APS-C mirrorless camera Z 50, bringing eye detection autofocus support for video recording.
The updates are as follows.
Eye Detection AF is now available during video recording.
Improved eye detection performance for [Auto Area AF].
Improved refresh rate of focus points displayed in Live View during object tracking and face/eye detection AF.
The Z 50 is Nikon’s first Z-mount DX-format digital SLR camera, and with approximately 20.88 effective megapixels, the Z 50 is a Nikon DX-format digital SLR camera with a CMOS sensor combined with focal plane phase detection autofocus pixels.
The Nikon Z 50 features an approx. 8cm (approx. 3.2″), 1.04-million-dot flippable TFT touchscreen LCD that supports the familiar touchscreen operation of smartphone users. The Z 50 is also capable of recording full-frame 4K Ultra HD video. In addition, photos and videos recorded by the camera can be transferred to a mobile smart device using the Nikon SnapBridge app.