Panasonic has released the Lumix S1H, a full-frame camera capable of recording 6K video at 24fps. The upcoming professional gear scheduled to come out in fall 2019, and it comes with the claim of being the world’s first full-frame camera to do 6K/24p at a 3:2 aspect ratio or 5.9K/30p at 16:9. Of course, the S1H will shoot 4K too and allow you to crop in or apply video stabilization without losing image quality.

Take your time
The S1H has no recording time limits, so only your memory card’s capacity and the camera’s battery will stop you. The camera makes extremely good photos, it has fast performance, and incredible ease of use. If the Lumix S1H keeps that going and extends it into the video realm, Panasonic will have another winner on its hands.

The S1H “combines the video quality of a professional camera and the high mobility of a mirrorless camera. It accommodates a variety of recording formats like 4:3 Anamorphic mode, to meet professional needs. Its high-resolution data can also be used to create 4K videos with higher image quality or to crop images in 4K,” Panasonic promises. It can “capture everything from dark to bright areas. So much so, that the color and even the texture of human skin are faithfully reproduced.”

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