Panasonic Lumix DC-S1H is the first mirrorless Full-Frame camera that can shoot 6K videos, launched in September this year.
Panasonic has a frame made of metal, 3.2 inch touch screen with a resolution of 2.33 million pixels. This model is notable for its ability to record 6K 24p 4: 2: 2 video (3: 2 aspect ratio), 5.9K 30p (16: 9 aspect ratio) and Full HD 120p.
The screen of the S1H has a flip mechanism that combines the tilt format of a Sony camera and the flip out of Panasonic or Canon.
The top right of the machine includes a large red button with a large size, adjustment wheel, white balance balance buttons, ISO exposure compensation and lever to turn on, turn off the power.
The left side is a rotation to adjust shooting mode. Lumix S1H has a maximum continuous shooting speed of up to 6 fps with full autofocus and full metering. According to the manufacturer’s announcement, the response time of the autofocus system from Lumix S1H is only 0.08 seconds.
Like other high-end models, Lumix S1H is equipped with rubber rings in open positions, helping to prevent dust and water.
The device supports headphone jack, microphone, HDMI port, 1 socket synchronous time code. It also has a converter for connection to the XLR port, which helps to record 48 kHz and 96 kHz audio. Machine integrated two memory card slots. It uses an L-mount lens from the Leica-Sigma-Panasonic alliance.
Lumix S1H uses a 24 megapixel image sensor. The manufacturer says it applies Dual Native ISO technology to the sensor of the Lumix S1H, when paired with the Venus Engine image processor promises to deliver good quality images even when the ISO is high, while increasing sensitivity of the sensor.
Lumix S1H integrated vibration reduction system in the body. When combined with the anti-shake lens, the camera has image stabilization of up to 6.5 stops.