Perhaps dtaylor should make a video of the new firmware to show us how he thinks it should be done.
I probably wouldn't bother with a video. I would describe the test in sufficient detail so that it could be reproduced, and report the results.
Of course my goal would be accuracy, not entertainment and YouTube views.
You do have a point, it wasn't the most technical of tests. However, my
point still stands: none of the other cameras tested had any such AF quirks whatsoever, even under the same exact circumstances (barring any conspiracy theories that such footage was withheld, of course
). The fact of the matter is that its AF ability is much improved after the recent firmware update, and it is good enough for everyday shooting (as he concludes at the very end of the video), but it still lags behind the current mirrorless offerings in functionality, as most reviews out there have conceded. Period.