Recently Canon has released their new camera the 5D Mark IV. Let me get this Out the Way, Canon makes great cameras. There is no doubt in my mind that Canon's new camera will take excellent images. Especially with a new 30-megapixel full frame sensor.
Obviously, this camera is well-connected with all of the connections that any professional or photo enthusiasts will come to love. Any person with no photography knows that this camera will be no pushover.
However, it is very clear that Canon is borrowing from Sony. The new 5D Mark IV has a new face recognition and tracking system built-in. Basically, you can lock your focus points when a person's face and no matter where you move that tracking system will always lock onto that person's face.
If that feature sounds familiar, that's because Sony was the first to do it. Numerous Sony a and E-mount bodies have had this feature for multiple years. It works the exact same way. The photographer will lock in autofocus point on a person in the frame and no matter where they move to the person that autofocus point will continue to track and lock to that same person.
I guess only time will tell what Nikon and Canon will borrow from Sony next.
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