Picking the Right Panasonic Lumix Camera for you
The Panasonic LUMIX line of cameras is extremely extensive and features some tremendous cameras with a ton of capabilities. This being said, different LUMIX cameras will work better for each workflow. So how can users know which LUMIX is right for them? Videomaker.com recently posted a great article detailing which LUMIX is best for which workflow.
We're taking a look at some of the finer points in the article, below.
The Lumix S1H is the flagship full frame mirrorless camera from Panasonic Lumix. This camera features a 24.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor. This is capable of capturing up to 6K 24p video at 4:2:2 in 10-bit.
Users can also leverage dual native ISO with the S1H. The S1H also offers unlimited recording time and improved heat dispersion.
The S1 features a 24.2MP full-frame sensor. This camera also features a sensor shift 96MP high resolution image capability. This also means a 3.2 inch tilt touchscreen with 2.1 million dots.
The S1 is a great option for wedding videographers, corporate shooters, news gatherers and more.
The Lumix S5 is Lumix's smallest and lightest full frame camera. It features a 24.2MP full-frame sensor that captures up to 4K60 video in 10-bit. The S5 is perfect for a wide range of users. This includes live streamers, beginners, hobbyists, hybrid shooters, wedding videographers, news gatherers and corporate videographers.
The GH5 II has an AR-coated 20.3MP sensor and functions as the updated version of the GH5. It features unlimited recording time, as well as simultaneous output over HDMI. While capturing internally, this camera can also capture 4K60p internally. GH5 II common users include cinematographers, narrative filmmakers and live streamers.
The GH5 is both rich in features, and affordable. It comes packed with a 20.3 MOS Sensor and it shoots in 4K with capture up to internal 4:2:2 10-bit at 24/30p.
The GH5 is a great use for narrative filmmakers, wedding and corporate videographers and hybrid shooters.
Check out this article from videomaker.com to learn more.
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