Panasonic Launches World’s first 6K digital single-lens full-frame mirrorless camera Lumix S1H

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Panasonic India has announced the launch of its latest digital single-lens full-frame mirrorless camera with Lumix S1H for the India market today.

Aiming to deliver cinema-quality video output, the LUMIX S1H is the world’s first camera that captures 6K resolution and is capable of video recording at 6K/24p *1 (3:2 aspect ratio), 5.9K/30p (16:9 aspect ratio), and 10-bit 60p 4K/C4K.*1 *2 Offering ultra-high image quality, flexibility and expressiveness for today’s demanding shoots, Lumix S1H is equipped with a full-frame image sensor that combines the professional-level video quality, with the high mobility of the mirrorless camera.

The Lumix S1H has a newly designed 24.2 megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor featuring the Dual Native ISO technology at ISO 640 and ISO 4000 equipping cinematographers to get extremely clean footage even in low light situations that too without any noise. Other key highlights of the Lumix S1H include Full V-Log/ V-Gamut with 14+ stops of dynamic range, 4:2:2 10bit internal recording, Cinema 4K recording at up to 60p and unlimited recording time.

Commenting on the launch, Sandeep Sehgal, Business Chief, Panasonic India, said, “Panasonic has a long history of developing cinematic cameras with its innovative and progressive technology. Lumix S1 H is the latest addition to our range of compact mirrorless system cameras through which we aim to provide value to our users in the full-frame camera market in India. 6K is going to be an important feature that will dominate the market, as it not only allows cinematographers to shoot on higher resolution but also edit the content safety. By integrating the potential of the full-frame sensor, we want to position LUMIX S1H as the ultimate digital mirrorless camera capable of excelling in any situation. We are committed to meet the demands of imaging professionals by challenging the status quo of the photo/video culture in today’s dynamic digital era.”