Panasonic presented two mirrorless full-frame cameras – Lumix S1 (24 Mp) and S1R (47 Mp). They record video in 4K resolution at a frequency of 60 frames per second and have a dual image stabilization.
The company emphasized that the novelties should withstand any weather conditions. For example, the S1 model was already tested at the South Pole, where the temperature was about minus forty degrees Celsius – and there were no problems. Panasonic also claims that the resolution of the viewfinder will be higher than that of the Nikon S7 and Canon EOS R models.
The cameras are suitable L-Mount lenses, which also produces Leica and Sigma. In addition to existing lenses, Panasonic will release three new ones: 50 mm f / 1.4, 24-105 mm and a 70-100 mm photo-lens.
Both cameras will be on sale next spring. Prices have not been announced yet.