Leica has released a major 2.0 firmware update for its SL2-S full-frame camera, adding a collection of new and improved features, especially for video shooters.
The first improvement Leica notes in its 2.0 firmware update for the SL2-S is a new autofocus algorithm that it says improves eye/face/head/body recognition as well as tracking performance.
On the video front, Leica has added internal 4K recording with 10-bit at 60p/50p with the H.265 codec.
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