Published Aug 24, 2020
The Panasonic Lumix DC-S1H is a powerful video camera, designed for enthusiast and professional filmmakers.
A more specialized tool than the DC-S1 and S1R, the S1H is packed with video-centric features including 4:2:2 10-bit internal shooting, 400Mbps recording and unlimited record time, plus a wide range of compression and high-speed shooting options. Featuring a stabilized 24MP sensor, the S1H can shoot video at up to 6K. But really, this is a 4K powerhouse, intended for serious professional use.
Join cinematographer and lifelong kayaker Rush Sturges as he takes the S1H to the White Salmon river, to see what it can do.
S1H sample images by Rush Sturges
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