Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF system allows users to reliably and easily maintain sharp focus on subjects as they move throughout the frame, and includes a function to aid manual focusing.
Canon’s unique autofocus technology is designed for high performance focus tracking. The CMOS sensor consists of two individual photodiodes, which are read separately for phase-detection autofocus and together for imaging. Dual Pixel CMOS AF is possible over 80% of the width and height of the frame and is highly accurate without compromising on image quality.
Face detection AF can track a person’s face in the frame and maintain focus on them.
A menu function for autofocus tuning allows the user to define the speed and sensitivity of the AF, providing the ability to set a more natural ‘focus-pull’, with greater flexibility and control.
Provides a graphical guide that represents front/back focus deviation; the rectangle turns green when the subject is in focus, allowing manual focus pulling.