Calling all Nikon full-frame Z6 and Z7 users, here’s the firmware update you don’t want to miss out on.

Nikon recently announced the firmware version 2.0 update for its full-frame Z6 and Z7 mirrorless cameras and great news Nikon fans, this update’s all about autofocus.

The most notable upgrade is the addition of Eye AF available when using the Auto-area AF mode in both the Z6 and Z7. Designed to stay locked on the eyes of your subject and set to track even if move positions or are partially obscured by another object.

Looking to shoot dark or dimly lit scenes? This new firmware update has you covered with both video and still image. The AF detection range can be extended from -1 EV to -2 EV with the Z7, and from -2 EV to -3.5 EV with the Z6.

Another exciting addition is the option for both the Z6 and Z7 to shoot continuously with full-time auto exposure at the fastest burst rates: 12 fps on the Z6, and 9 fps on the Z7.

The update is available for download on Nikon’s Website here.