The first SLR i used was a canon eos50 maybe 15 years ago, and you were able to select one of it's few (3) focus points with your eye, i.e. where you were looking it would use the closest focus point.
This feature seemed to die a death without much fuss.
So now 15 or so years on, we have cameras with dozens of focus points and many complicated ways of setting them up and selecting them.
Surely technology has advanced that we can bring this back into our cameras?
There are so many complicated settings in cameras now, that it seems the developers have forgotten to focus on making the user camera experience a more natural fuss free one, so that you can focus on taking good images rather than scrolling through menus all the time.
Am I missing any obvious problems with it? Yes it wouldn't work in all situations, but it would be amazing to have as an option again.
I tend to be quite lazy and do the center focus and recompose. I'd much prefer to select appropriate focus points to get more accurate results.