Panasonic has shared extra particulars of its hotly anticipated full-frame mirrorless cameras, the Lumix S1 and Lumix S1R, at CES 2019.
With Panasonic’s growth announcement again in September at Photokina 2018 giving restricted data on the 2 new cameras, we hoped we have been lastly getting the complete lowdown on the corporate’s first full-frame mirrorless cameras. That hasn’t fairly materialised, however we did find out about a pair extra options we are able to anticipate to see on the Lumix S1 and Lumix S1R.
As we all know already, the 2 new cameras share an equivalent design, with the important thing differentiator the sensors they use, with the S1 that includes a 24MP sensor and the S1R sporting a denser 47MP chip. The upper-resolution Lumix S1R is aimed significantly in the direction of skilled stills photographers, whereas the lower-resolution S1 is focused at video customers. Each cameras although would be the first full-frame mirrorless cameras to supply 4K video seize at as much as 60p.
At CES 2019, Panasonic took the chance to disclose that each cameras would function a Excessive Decision mode. With assistance from the S1 and S1R’s twin picture stabilization system, eight consecutive pictures are captured earlier than being layered right into a single, hi-res picture, although Panasonic did not share what sort of decision this will likely be.
We are able to additionally now anticipate a Excessive Dynamic Vary mode as effectively, which is able to see the S1 and S1R attempt to retain extra element in each the shadows and highlights, although we’re nonetheless ready on the precise particulars of how this will likely be achieved.
Lastly, we now know after we’re going to have the ability to get our palms on the brand new Lumix S1 and Lumix S1R, with Panasonic stating that delivery will begin on the finish of March this 12 months. Pricing although remains to be to be confirmed.
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