The Panasonic S1 has been making waves as the company's first full frame camera, replete with a fascinating feature set in a rugged body. Nonetheless, it's part of a very inundated full frame camera market, and it has a lot of stiff competition. How well does it fare against the competitors? This great video review seeks to answer that question.
Coming to you from Kaiman Wong, this helpful video reviews the new Panasonic S1 full frame camera. There are a lot of great aspects about the camera, as it's a highly well-rounded device in a very rugged package. It seeks to offer excellent photo and video capabilities in the same package, and with 4K 30p recording with full-pixel readout and 4:2:0 10-bit color (eventually expanding to 4:2:2) with unlimited recording times combined with in-body image stabilization of 5.5 stops, an ultra-high-resolution electronic viewfinder, and a high-quality sensor, it offers quite a balanced package at a relatively affordable price. Adding in the L mount alliance with Leica and Sigma, we can expect quite a bit of glass available for the mount in the next few years, making the S1 an intriguing option for hybrid shooters. Check out the video above for more.