The Panasonic S1H is a highly capable camera that offers a lot of flexibility for photographers and videographers alike. Those specifications make it a very interesting potential option for the kits of a lot of users if it can hold up in real-world use. This great video tests out the new camera to help you decide if it is right for you.
Coming to you from YC Imaging, this excellent video review takes a look at the Panasonic S1H camera. The S1H is quite the camera, with its headline feature being its 6K video at 24p, but also coming with 4K video at 4:2:2 and 10-bit, dual native ISOs, high frame rate with sound, a continuous shooting rate of 9 fps, five-axis sensor-shift image stabilization, 5.76-million-dot 0.78x OLED EVF, and a 3.2" free-angle rear touchscreen.
I have to say: one thing that I absolutely love about the S1 series is the ergonomics. The feel of a camera does not matter to me as much as it does to many other photographers, so long as it functions the way I need it to, but the S1R was by far the most pleasant camera (mirrorless or DSLR) that I have ever held and used, and it felt highly comfortable and intuitive in my grasp. Check out the video above for more on this fascinating camera.