- Apr 24, 2012
- Cape Town, South Africa
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I think it will be for Birds in Flight and Animal Recognition for A.I. CAF
I was checking the Olympus update site ( Olympus Firmware Update Website ) this AM and noticed a few of the Feb. 12, 2020 firmware dates have changed from bolded red to black. It used to show the newest ones in a bold red, but someone recently changed it.
Could be something is coming soon.
Not sure of the exact timeframe but they go black after a period of time. It's not an indication of an upcoming firmware update.
Just checked it again today and some of the Feb. 12, 2020 are bolded red again and not black as yesterday. Someone is messing with the website for some reason. I thought they may make room for the E-M1 Mark III or something. Strange.
Imaging Resource said:DE: So let's talk about AI AF, or Intelligent Subject Detection AF. I talked with the engineers at the E-M1X's introduction, and they said it might be possible to, you know, swap in different libraries for different types of subjects. They said that there isn't room in memory to add more subject types now, but that it might be possible in the future to swap out an existing subject type for another one. Are you, in fact, developing additional subject libraries for the E-M1X, or possibly other cameras?
MS: We can't share with you any details now, but we are in fact are currently studying what kinds of other subjects should be developed. We've received some good feedback and also some requests from the market, so we're considering how to evolve this.
Yes, they were messing with it. They had removed the spread sheet cell borders & now they are back, thankfully. It took more concentration to see across the lines to the relative details.Just checked it again today and some of the Feb. 12, 2020 are bolded red again and not black as yesterday. Someone is messing with the website for some reason. I thought they may make room for the E-M1 Mark III or something. Strange.