Panasonic releases new full frame micro single camera Lumix S5 with pre-sale price from 11998 yuan

Recently, Panasonic has launched a new full frame micro single Lumix S5. Lumix S5 is the smallest full frame product of Panasonic Lumix family so far. Lumix S5 also has the highly praised second generation five axis dual effect i.s fuselage, which can provide compensation effect of about 5 shutters < / P > < p > like the Lumix S1 priced at $2499, the new Lumix Built around a 24.2 megapixel full frame sensor, S5 can be used exclusively for photos and video works. But this time, the Lumix S5 is $500 cheaper and smaller. < / P > < p > not long ago, Panasonic provided its most advanced mirror less cameras, including the GH5 based on the three quarter miniature on the left, the S1H and S5 in the middle on the right. Although the sensor size varies greatly, S5 is actually smaller than GH5. But Panasonic revealed that new cameras in the GH series are also under development. < / P > < p > in addition, Lumix S5 can provide up to 51200 ISO when taking photos, and 640 and 4000 dual native ISO respectively to reduce noise in the whole range. Panasonic claims it also has in vivo image stabilization, which can reach up to five levels of speed. < / P > < p > when shooting video, the camera can handle 4:2:0 10 bit 4K / 60fps lens or 4:2:210 bit internal recording 4K / 30fps, with HDR and v-log / v-gamut capture options. Panasonic claims that its dynamic range of more than 14 gears is “almost the same” as the company’s dedicated film camera. The viewfinder of Lumix S5 is an OLED viewfinder with 2.36 million pixels and a magnification of 0.74 times. The screen is a 3-inch 1.84 point variable angle LCD. There are two SD card slots, one uhs-i and another uhs-ii, and a larger 2200mAh battery that can be charged via usb-c. Although Panasonic did not give a formal rating, its fuselage is splash proof and dust-proof. Older posts →