Specs leak on new Panasonic Lumix G100
Update (24 June, 2020): Panasonic has officially launched the Lumix G100. It’s quite clearly not the replacement for the G90/95 but a new model aimed at the market leading APS-C v-logging ILC, the Canon M50. B&H Photo (US) WEX Photo (UK) Details have emerged online via a popular and reliable source on the core spec’s of the Micro Four Thirds Panasonic Lumix G100 (US)/G110 (in Europe), the replacement for the current G90/G95 and G99. Specifications: 20MP Live MOS sensor 5-axis hybrid IS (hybrid function during movie only) 4K 24/30p video Full HD at 120fps 3.68M dot EVF (with 0.73x magnification) 3-inch (1.84 M dot) vari-angle LCD touch screen Nokia OZO…
Panasonic Announces Development of 6K Capable Lumix S1H
Following the development announcement of the Lumix S1H, last week at Cine Gear Expo, Los Angeles, Panasonic has followed mirrorless leader Sony’s strategy with three full-frame mirrorless cameras sharing a similar body (although the S1H is slightly larger) and mount of course, each model appealing to a different audience. According the press release, below, the 6K capable S1H is specifically targeting film production (pro-video), as a differentiator to the already video-cable 4K S1 and S1R. Although Panasonic hasn’t disclosed the sensor resolution it’s likely to be 24MP, like the S1. Highlights include 6K/24p (3:2 aspect ratio) or 5,9K/30p (16:9 aspect ratio) 4K/C4K capture up to 10-Bit 60p V-Log/V-Gamut with a wide…
Sigma introduce MC-21 Mount Converter for L mount bodies
Sigma has introduced the MC-21 mount converter for mirrorless L-mount bodies, at the time of writing that includes the Leica SL/TL and new Panasonic S1 and S1R. There are two versions of the converter, the £249.99 EF-L allows Canon EF mount lenses, including Sigma lenses with EF mount to attach to L mount bodies. Priced at just £99, the SA-L version allows Sigma lenses with the SA mount to fit to the same bodies. Sigma has confirmed the new converter has compatibility with 29 Sigma full-frame and APS-C lenses with the latter automatically enabling the auto-crop feature on full-frame bodies. Other models are not guaranteed as being fully compatible. Lens…
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