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    XC10 firmware update. Any improvement?
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    Has anyone tried the new updates on the XC10? Are there any improvements?


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    Where is this firmware update? The last one I read just adds reduced rolling shutter when shooting 4k, is there another one?


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    In Nab they announced that they were going top improve certain things like autofocus.
    "The XC10 4K Camcorder firmware will be updated to include a new file format MP4 in HD mode (35 Mbps only), improved AF speed, and shutter speed options for flicker reduction."

    Read more: http://www.canonrumors.com/canon-u-s...#ixzz47Ce9i7Ul


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    Quote Originally Posted by hopkins802 View Post
    Where is this firmware update? The last one I read just adds reduced rolling shutter when shooting 4k, is there another one?
    Available in June.


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    Thanks dustylense.


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    June??


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    The main thing with this update has to be the 2x improvement (to be proved) in AF speed.

    I really hope Canon delivers here. Snappy AF is one of the features an automated camera like this should deliver and it's too slow currently.

    Trying to stay realistic, I'm at least hoping that the AF face tracking will be able to hold a face walking towards the camera at longer focal lengths.
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