The Panasonic GH5S is a video-focused Micro Four Thirds camera worked around what the organization advertises as a 10.2MP sensor. It’s best comprehended as a significantly more video-driven variation of the GH5: it can shoot either DCI or UHD 4K footage natively (one catch pixel = one yield pixel) at up to 60p.
Panasonic wasn’t the main organization to acquaint astounding video with what was generally a still camera, yet with its GH arrangement, it has been always growing the scope of expert video highlights showing up in shopper stills/camcorders. The GH5S makes this rationale one stride further, by bringing down the sensor determination and excluding picture adjustment to make a more resolute video device, as opposed to a crossover expected to be comparatively proficient at the two controls.
The capacity to shoot DCI 4K at up to 60p with no harvest is the clearest qualification amongst this and the standard GH5, yet the distinctions run further
Specifications of Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5S:
- Oversized ‘Multi Aspect’ sensor with dual gain design
- 10.2MP maximum usable area from at around 12.5MP total
- DCI or UHD 4K at up to 60p
- 10-bit 4:2:2 internal capture at up to 30p
- 8-bit 4:2:0 internal 60p or 10-bit 4:2:2 output over HDMI
- 1080 footage at up to 240p (with additional crop above 200p)
- Hybrid Log Gamma mode
- ISO 160 – 51,200 (80 – 204,800 extended)
- AF rated down to –5EV (with F2 lens)
- 3.68M-dot (1280 x 960 pixel) OLED viewfinder with 0.76x magnification
- 1.62M-dot (900 x 600 pixel) fully articulated LCD
- 14-bit Raw stills
- 11 fps (7 with AFC) or 1 fps faster in 12-bit mode
- USB 3.1 with Type C connector.
As well as the ability to shoot DCI 4K at higher frame rates, Panasonic also claims the GH5S’s larger pixels and ‘Dual Native ISO’ sensor will mean it shoots significantly better footage in low light.
- “10.2” megapixel oversized sensor (vs 20.2MP Four Thirds sized sensor)
- Dual-gain sensor design with two read-out circuits
- Fixed sensor (no internal stabilization) for use with pro stabilization systems
- DCI 4K available in 59.94, 50, 29.97 and 25p (GH5 is 23.98 / 24p only)
- 1080 mode
- AF rated to work in lower light (–5EV vs –4EV)
- 14-bit Raw available
- VLog-L enabled out-of-the-box
- Timecode in/out
- ‘Like709’ and ‘V-LogL’ color profiles available in stills shooting
- Mic socket offers Phantom Power and Line-level In options
- LUT-corrected display available in playback as well as capture
- 120fps viewfinder mode.