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    Panasonic Lumix S1H autofocus test (firmware 0 6b)



    By Richard Wong






    In this video, I'll show you the autofocus performance of the Panasonic S1H (firmware 0.6b) when recording in different formats and frame rate 24p, 30p, 60p and 120p!
    There is also a Panasonic S1H VS Nikon Z6 Autofocus test at the end :)

    Check out my S1H in-depth hands-on video (Warning! 45minutes)
    https://youtu.be/qRjKNLeQhPc
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    [B]Panasonic S1H | Review
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    By ProAV TV







    Panasonic S1H: https://www.proav.co.uk/panasonic-lum...

    Upcoming ProAV Academy Events: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/proav-...
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    P.S. I've added all of the S1H motion formats on PHFX | tools formatCompare.

    http://phfx.com/tools/formatCompare/
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    Thanks Phil for all the time and effort you put into that valuable tool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rand thompson View Post
    Thanks Phil for all the time and effort you put into that valuable tool!
    Appreciate that Rand. I'll likely add in the max stills res and all that in a bit. Slightly different than the maximum motion formats.
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    Between this and the Sigma fp, the L mount is shaping up to have some interesting offerings at it's disposal.
    Really liked the look of Kepler 138 on Page 1.

    Not to go too off topic, but it certainly makes one wonder if DSMC3 will have an L Mount option.
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    Brandon,


    Yeah, I liked both "Kepler 138" and "Alive" on the previous page both I believe were shot with Atlas Anamorphic Lenses.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon Veen View Post
    Not to go too off topic, but it certainly makes one wonder if DSMC3 will have an L Mount option.
    That is a good and valid question. We don't know jack about DSMC3 yet, but with Komodo using what seemingly is a fixed RF Mount, it wouldn't be a far stretch that might come to DSMC3 as well.

    Canon RF and L-Mount Alliance share the same flange focal distance of 20mm. What would be sensible is a user replaceable mount much like we have now in DSMC2.

    It's early days of L-Mount when it comes to broader adoption. At the moment Panasonic, Leica, and Sigma are committed to the mount. However, in Sigma's case in particular I wouldn't be shocked if they offered RF mount versions of the same lenses unless they go full bully mode on the new FP. There's going to be several RF mount cameras in the next few months too.

    I haven't dived into the electronics of the L-Mount yet, but for purely manual glass designing the lens with user interchangeable mounts makes a lot of sense for this shorter flange stuff.
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    Is there an ND Filter adapter in the works from sigma? (EF to L mount).
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    Panasonic S1H review in 4K // Real world outdoor test




    By WOOP Productions





    We got our hands on a Panasonic S1H for some time to test it and make a review. We tested it in real live situations. The way we use it in the field.
    We where mainly interested in:
    Image quality, dynamic range, high ISO, autofocus, slow motion and weight. Please have a look and let us know in the comments if you have any questions about it. We are more then happy to answer them.
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