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Panasonic S full frame mirrorless system

Introduction

  • formerly announced Sept 2018 (available April 2019) and uses the Leica L mount
  • cameras for this lens mount:
  • lenses for this L mount are listed:
  • Panasonic and will partner with both Leica and Sigma (the L-mount alliance) and thus will be able to fully utilize the Leica L mount lenses from Leica or Sigma
  • new features:
    • HLG Photo Mode which captures photos with high dynamic range using the Hybrid Log Gamma profile. Photos are saved as HSP files, which can be viewed on HLG-compliant devices
      • These will be among the first cameras to be able to take advantage of the latest HDR displays: showing a natural-looking image with a wider dynamic range (not squeezing a wide dynamic range into the limitations of older, standard-DR monitors)
    • multi-shot sensor-shift high-resolution mode with an option to suppress motion blur
    • AI-based AF system which not only detects eyes (including animals) and faces but also human bodies for when their face is not visible or they are behind objects, and the user can select which one when there are multiple by using the touch screen.
    • when you turn the top LCD screen lamp on, the rear buttons light up as well.
    • if you open the card door whilst it is writing to the card an audible alarm will occur.
  • Panasonic has said that it aims to launch an 8K camera by 2020 that allows photographers to extract 33-megapixel still photos

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Cameras

Panasonic S1H

  • announced May 2019
  • 24mp sensor with AA filter, 225 CDAF points, and dual-native ISO sensitivity of ISO 640 and 4000 which can be switched manually giving ISO ranges of 640-5000 for LOW and 4000-51200 for HIGH
  • fully articulated LCD 2.3mdot touch screen and 5.76mdot EVF with 0.78x magnification
  • 9fps burst; 1/320th sec flash sync; shutter to 1/8000thsec in mechanical or electronic modes;
  • world’s first digital interchangeable lens camera to offer 6K/24p video recording
    • 6K/24p with a 3:2 aspect ratio or 5.9K/30p with a 16:9 aspect ratio
    • world 1st full-frame digital interchangeable lens system camera to allow for 10-bit 4K/60p recording
    • V-Log/V-Gamut with 14+ stops of dynamic range
    • dual card slots (XQD + SD), a 3.2-inch triaxial tilt screen, a 5.76-million-dot OLED EVF with a 120Hz refresh rate, a 225-area DFD AF system, a 3100mah battery, a USB-C port, an HDMI port, a 2.5mm port, and 3.5mm microphone and headphone jacks
    • unlimited recording time in all recording modes thanks to Panasonic’s unique heat dispersion technologies which includes a fan
    • HDR (High Dynamic Range) video recording is an option, which reproduces both the bright and dark parts of an image, creating images identical to how they are perceived by the human eye.
    • 1052 g (2.32 lb / 37.11 oz)
    • 151 x 114 x 110 mm (5.94 x 4.49 x 4.33″)
  • $US4000

Panasonic S1R

  • 47mp
  • world's first support for 4K 60p/50p video recording in a full-frame mirrorless camera
  • UHD 4K/60p video capture with 1.09x crop and pixel binning and 30min limit
  • 5.7mdot 120Hz EVF
  • 6EV dual IS
  • dual card slots - XQD and SD cards
  • C-AF burst 6fps, S-AF burst 9fps to 90 shots
  • 8-shot 187mp HiRes mode
  • rugged triaxial tilt 2.1mdot LCD
  • WiFi, Bluetooth
  • Flash sync: 1/320
  • 380 shots/charge using LCD; USB charging;
  • 148.9 x 110 x 96.7mm (5.9 x 4.3 x 3.8″)
  • $3,697.99
  • opt. battery grip (DMW-BGS1) will also be available for around $350
  • firmware updates:
    • v1.1 July 2019:
      • extra 0.5EV IBIS performance = 6EV with non-OIS lenses and 6.5EV in Dual Sync IS2 with OIS lenses
      • improved AF tracking during video
      • new AF-ON: Near Shift biases toward close subjects, while Far Shift does the opposite
      • Live view display during auto focusing is now easier to see
      • Operational stability when using an XQD memory card has been improved

Panasonic S1

  • 24mp
  • 5.7mdot 120Hz EVF
  • 225pt CDAF DFD AF to -6EV
  • world's first support for 4K 60p/50p video recording in a full-frame mirrorless camera
  • UHD 4K/60p video capture (1.5x crop); Oversampled 4K/30p with no crop, but no time limit to recording!
  • 10-bit HLG built-in, optional 4:2:2 V-Log
  • 180fps 1080p
  • anamorphic shooting aspect ratios in 6K photo mode at 30fps with no black out
  • 6EV dual IS
  • dual card slots - XQD and SD cards
  • C-AF burst 6fps, S-AF burst 9fps to 90 shots
  • 8-shot 96mp HiRes mode
  • rugged triaxial tilt 2.1mdot LCD
  • Flash sync: 1/320
  • WiFi, Bluetooth
  • 380 shots/charge using LCD; USB charging;
  • 148.9 x 110 x 96.7mm (5.9 x 4.3 x 3.8″)
  • 1021g (2.25lb)
  • $2,497.99
  • opt. battery grip (DMW-BGS1) will also be available for around $350
  • firmware updates:
    • v1.2 Aug 2019:
      • improved video C-AF
        • 4K 25p not quite as good as Sony a7III 4k25p C-AF but 4K60p or 1080 60p significantly better than Sony a7III 4k25p C-AF, esp. when subject moves away, plus gives soother focus transitions than the Sony 1)
    • v1.1 July 2019:
      • extra 0.5EV IBIS performance = 6EV with non-OIS lenses and 6.5EV in Dual Sync IS2 with OIS lenses
      • improved AF tracking during video
      • new AF-ON: Near Shift biases toward close subjects, while Far Shift does the opposite
      • Live view display during auto focusing is now easier to see
      • Operational stability when using an XQD memory card has been improved
      • use of extended functions using the Upgrade Software Key DMW-SFU2
  • reviews:

Lumix S lenses

photo/panasonics.txt · Last modified: 2019/08/27 23:36 by gary1