My goal in this article was to determine when and where the newly introduced Nikon Z6 / 7 Eye AF worked well, and when it didn't. I tested the performance side-by-side with the Sony a7R III but also considered the best implementation from a usability point-of-view, which is the system in the Sony a9 and a6400.
Because this is a complicated thing to test (thanks for reading this far), I've broken our findings up according to four criteria, with winners indicated in bold.
Detecting eyes: Nikon Z
Avoiding false positives: Sony
Eye AF ease-of-use: Sony
Accuracy of Eye AF: Sony
Considering the updates in the Z6 and Z7 represent Nikon's first stab at Eye AF, this is really impressive.
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