The Panasonic S1H is an absolute monster of a camera that's aimed squarely at videographers and filmmakers. And while it looks fantastic on paper, you might be wondering how it holds up in real-world use. This excellent video review answers just that question.
Coming to you from CVP, this video review takes a look at the new Panasonic S1H camera. The Panasonic S1H is quite the video-oriented mirrorless camera, and it understandably has many filmmakers quite excited. It features a 24.2-megapixel sensor, whopping 6K video at 24p as well as 4:2:2 10-bit 4K, V-Log, dual native ISOs, HFR with sound, a super-sharp 5.76-million-dot 0.78x OLED EVF, 3.2" free-angle rear touchscreen, up to 9 fps continuous shooting, 225-point contrast-detect AF, weather-sealing, and 5-axis sensor-shift image stabilization. Altogether, on paper, it looks like an absolute powerhouse camera, and if it is anything like its siblings, the S1 and S1R, it should be quite a treat to use. Furthermore, since it uses the L mount, you can expect lots of lenses from Leica, Sigma, and Panasonic, giving a wide range of options for filmmakers to achieve the exact looks they desire. Check out the video above to see if it's the right camera for you and your work.