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With resolution as high as the 61-megapixel sensor in Sony’s line of Alpha mirrorless cameras, focusing can be a challenge. The new Alpha 7R V model features a dedicated AI processing unit, which enables the camera’s autofocus capabilities to process even more data in real time. While most autofocus systems are based on face and eye recognition, the Alpha 7R V is trained to recognize and stably track body movements, even if the subject changes course. It’s not limited to humans, either—it also clocks birds with long necks or intricate head feathers, insects like butterflies and dragonflies, cars and more.
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