Panasonic has just expanded on its Lumix line with another monumental release: the S1H. Carrying a full-frame sensor, the mirrorless camera is specifically designed for video recording, and is the first full-frame to be able to record 6K video at 24fps.
Aside from being able to shoot 6K/24p at a 3:2 aspect ratio, it’s also able to shoot 5.9K/30p at a 16:9 aspect ratio, and provides ample creative space for people shooting 4K to crop into the image or use image stabilization without sacrificing image quality.
The S1H also comes equipped with a massively-wide dynamic range of 14+ stops, allowing full capture of details both in exceptionally dark or bright conditions. Other specs include dual-SD card slots, a 5.76-million-dot OLED electronic viewfinder, a 225-area autofocus system, a 3.2-inch triaxial tilt screen round the back, and all the ports you’ll need for video and audio input and output.