Well, the digital era is so much demanding and especially when it comes to show off and camera resolutions. Everyday professional camera makers are making their gadgets more advanced. There are equipping their products with lot more advancement and features. So, is the Panasonic, it is introducing the Lumix S1H with 6K video shoot. On the other hand, Panasonic’s Lumix mirrorless cameras are widely regarded as the best choice for anyone looking to create beautiful video within a budget.
This time, Panasonic comes up with rather higher price for its Lumix S1H. The $4000 camera is has ability to shoot 6k video as well.
Panasonic’s Lumix S1H
According to the company, Panasonic has added a third full-frame mirrorless camera to its L-Mount lineup with the launch of the video-oriented Lumix S1H. The camera features many specs, which were not there in S1. These specs are like 6K video, 10-bit 4:2:2 internal recording and V-Log/V-Gamut with a Sony A7 III-beating 14+ stops of dynamic range.
Besides that, Panasonic touts a wide dynamic range of 14+ stops in the Lumix S1H, which should help it capture detail even in extremely dark or bright sections of a scene. The company hasn’t specified if the S1H will have in-body image stabilization like the S1 and the high-resolution S1R.
The upcoming Lumix S1H, scheduled to launch in the fall, comes with the claim of being the world’s first full-frame camera to do 6K/24p at a 3:2 aspect ratio or 5.9K/30p at 16:9.
On the other hand, given the limited selection of L-Mount lenses, Panasonic unveiled 1.4x DMW-STC14 and 2x DMW-STC20 teleconverters. They’ll make the current Lumix S Pro 70-200mm F4 O.I.S. and upcoming 70-200mm f/2.8 models a bit more useful by up to doubling the focal length, transforming them into super telephoto lenses, at the cost of some speed.