yes I have found that but when I put distance in the search box nothing happens ?
It should find it like this. Don't have a mk2 so can't test a file from. But if @wjiang is pulling it out with a different program than it has to be in there someplace.or does it show up on exif data once finished file is exported to flickr ??
Basically because I have deleted all the offending files before I posted this , once the weather breaks again here in northern u.k I will take some more Comparison shots . And ensure it’s not user error on my part as well ,the EXIF data is to try and establish at what distance this actually occurs .. also now having a mki and a mkii body I can test side by side to see If what I think is happening is actually happening . And by the way I’m not a inexperienced newbie with over 8 million views on my Flickr stream and Lots of published work I have a fair idea of what I’m doing .I'm confused. Why are we caught up on finding distance in the EXIF when that is only tangently related to the problem in the OP?
Why not share some images with the supposed issue so that those with great experience here can take a look?
That was what the E-M1 Mk I used to be but not the Mk II as quoted from the specs (online).Micro-adjust only matters for PDAF (enabled when you use C-AF). For S-AF it doesn't matter.
What do you mean its better on the E-M1 MK1? You used it for BIF on that as well? Or is this comparing static shots?
100 yards is actually quite far away (due to atmospheric issues), I wouldn't expect anything good beyond that range. See brief discussion here: https://www.mu-43.com/threads/panasonic-leica-100-400mm-f-4-6-3-dg-vario-elmar.84433/post-1343950
To speed up initial focus, perhaps. For final confirmation, however, CDAF is always more accurate so is still what determines S-AF accuracy.That was what the E-M1 Mk I used to be but not the Mk II as quoted from the specs (online).
"when a Micro Four Thirds lens is attached, imager phase detection AF is always selected) "
Any chance you have the AF Limiter engaged on the EM1.2? AF Limit does show on the left of the EVF, so I doubt you wouldn't have noticed it, but hey, worth checking...tried that but cant get it to work will have another look i.e where do you find the search box ,???
I think Olympus changed something in a firmware update. I can find the distance in old photos taken with a mk2 but I can't find it on recent photos taken with a mk2 or an mk3.