Panasonic Lumix S1H has officially confirmed that it has unlimited 6K video recording, V-Log and more


Panasonic has confirmed that they are working on a focused version of video from a full-featured non-gaming camera called Lumix S1H. This is the third expansion of the new S1 series of wireless full-gas cameras. S1H is currently under development and will be released worldwide around the third quarter of 2019. Estimated price is $ 4,000 (around Rs.2,768,880). He will participate in Lumix S1 and Lumix S1R camcorders without mirrors.

Panasonic has shared several main features of Lumix S1H. This will be the first removable lens in the world without a mirror camera that can record 6K video at 24 frames per second. It can also record 5.9K video at 30fps (16: 9 aspect ratio). It will also support multi-format video recording such as the 4: 3 anamorphic format, making it the world’s first 10-bit 4K and 4K Cinema video video recording. Panasonic believes that Lumix S1H has a wide color palette that is comparable to Cinema VariCam camcorders. You can record V-Log / V-Gamut with a wide dynamic range of more than 14 f-stops. The camera reports that it can record video continuously (at normal operating temperatures) until the battery is empty or your card is full.

This is almost all the information we have so far. Sensor size, number of card slots, ISO range, etc. The company will present the Lumix S1H prototype at the Cine Gear Expo, which will be held May 30 to June 2 at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles.

As already mentioned, Lumix S1H complements Lumix S1 and Lumix S1R professional cameras without mirrors. Panasonic has released the last two models in India this April. Both the Panasonic Lumix S1 and Lumix S1R are based on the L-mount standard, which represents an alliance between Leica, Panasonic and Sigma. Three new lenses are now available: Lumix S Pro 1: 1.4 (50mm), Lumix S Pro 70-200mm 1: 4.0 (OIS) and Lumix S 24-105mm 1: 4.0 (Macro OIS). In addition, the company announced that it has 42 more L-mount lenses in the next two years.

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