Thats too literal, what about a helmeted head on a luge, or walking across a pit area, on a motorbike, slalom skiing etc etc....By the fact of the presence of the cockpit.
That involves gathering and labeling some amount of "ground truths" for the neural net to learn, yes.
It also likes that pom-pom a lot, maybe it likes contrasty spheroids?I love how the camera momentarily locks onto the basketball a couple of times. I wonder if it's seeing a face in there or if the deep learning neural net has learned to recognize balls as pertinent objects in their own category.
I am thinking that the intelligent AF actually locks onto an object, which is a combination of being a moving spheroid and a contrasty spheroid.It also likes that pom-pom a lot, maybe it likes contrasty spheroids?
This is why I dread changing AF options like tracking and responsiveness, I'm too lazy to setup repeatable tests and take enough time to keep rereading the manual.I am thinking that the intelligent AF actually locks onto an object, which is a combination of being a moving spheroid and a contrasty spheroid.
The reason I write this is because in a number of Jared's/Fro's photos, the blue AF square jumped from being locked onto the stationary person's face (which was still facing the camera enough to be detected as a face) to locking onto the ball or pom-pom. The ball or pom-pom had then become the fastest moving object in the composition, and also was reasonably contrast against the respective backgrounds.
The same. The more scenarios you are providing for the net to recognize persons and find their head positions during training, the better. We are talking about no less than tens of thousands of pictures anyway.Thats too literal, what about a helmeted head on a luge, or walking across a pit area, on a motorbike, slalom skiing etc etc....
I really, really, really hope all new R models will get similar performance.Why aren’t we talking about the fact that I can’t see any blackout or lag even with the mechanical shutter here?
and holy smokes that blue square moves on that pompom! That is insanely fast AF tracking.