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Panasonic LUMIX DC-S5 S5 Full Frame Mirrorless Camera body, 4K 60P Video Recording with Flip Screen and Wi-Fi, L-Mount, 20-60 mm Lens, 5-Axis Dual…

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Panasonic LUMIX DC-S5 S5 Full Frame Mirrorless Camera body, 4K 60P Video Recording with Flip Screen and Wi-Fi, L-Mount, 20-60 mm Lens, 5-Axis Dual…
Panasonic LUMIX DC-S5 S5 Full Frame Mirrorless Camera body, 4K 60P Video Recording with Flip Screen and Wi-Fi, L-Mount, 20-60 mm Lens, 5-Axis Dual…

Description

  • High quality 24MP Full-Frame sensor, able to shoot up to 7fps in stills and produce 4K video, Dual Native ISO allows you to produce cleaner images across a wider range of shooting conditions.
  • The S5 Firmware v2.3 enables 5.9K/4K/Anamorphic 3.5K 12-bit RAW video over HDMI, recorded as Apple ProRes RAW to an Atomos Ninja V, or as Blackmagic RAW to Blackmagic Video Assist 12G HDR, plus video functions like SS/Gain operation and Vector scope displays
  • Improved ability of the camera to identify and lock onto a face, head or body more accurately even when the subject is much smaller in the frame.
  • The updated Auto-Focus system in the LUMIX S5 takes the performance of a contrast based AF system to the next level in terms of performance and reliability.
  • When combining the In-body and lens stabilisation the Dual I.S. II system on the S5 gives you up to 6.5stops of benefit resulting is even better.
  • The LUMIX S5 is capable of recording 4K 4:2:0 10-bit up to 60/50p or 4K 4:2:2 10bit at 30/25p internally and C4K recording options is included with firmware v2.0
  • With the V-log View Assist you can import a LUT to be able to judge your final output in camera, making the whole shooting experience seamless.
  • The new BLK22 battery is smaller and lighter than previous S-series camera batteries but we have managed to extend the battery life, allowing you to shoot up to 470 shots in a single charge.
  • A range of features and functions allow you to adapt the LUMIX S5 to your way of working rather than the other way round. A member of the LUMIX family and partner for your creative journey.
  • The LUMIX S5 is lightest and smallest LUMIX S-series camera, with a magnesium alloy frame and splash and dust resistance construction, allowing you to shoot with confidence.

Additional information

Specification: Panasonic LUMIX DC-S5 S5 Full Frame Mirrorless Camera body, 4K 60P Video Recording with Flip Screen and Wi-Fi, L-Mount, 20-60 mm Lens, 5-Axis Dual…

Body
Size

‎Full-Size

General
Brand

‎Panasonic

Specification
Package dimensions

‎28.9 x 15.4 x 15 centimetres

Memory Slots Available

‎2

Item dimensions L x W x H

‎8.2 x 13.3 x 9.7 centimetres

Item Weight

‎0.63 Kilograms

Camera Lens

‎L-Mount 20-60mm Standard Zoom Lens

Colour

Continuous shooting speed

‎20 fps

Has image stabilisation

‎Yes

Included components

‎Camera Body Only

ISO Range

‎50 – 204800

Max Focal Length

‎60 Millimetres

Package Weight

‎2.05 Kilograms

Minimum shutter speed

‎1/16,000 seconds

Min Focal Length

‎20 Millimetres

Model year

‎2020

Part Number

Viewfinder Magnification

‎0.74x

Maximum Aperture Range

‎F3.5 – F5.6

Expanded ISO Maximum

‎204800

Focus type

‎Auto Focus, Manual Focus

Maximum shutter speed

‎60 seconds

Style

Maximum Format Size

‎Full Frame

Effective still resolution

‎24.2 MP

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3 reviews for Panasonic LUMIX DC-S5 S5 Full Frame Mirrorless Camera body, 4K 60P Video Recording with Flip Screen and Wi-Fi, L-Mount, 20-60 mm Lens, 5-Axis Dual…

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  1. Akoola

    For a long time I dreamt about and had my eye on the Sony A7iii. When I eventually saved up enough money to afford one, I was back on YouTube researching my perspective new camera. Then I saw a video comparing the Lumix S5 with the Sony a7iii camera. Many many hours later, I decided to ditch the Sony purchase in favour of the Panasonic. I cannot make a comparative assessment between the two cameras as I never experienced the Sony. Until now, my main camera was a Canon D200. I was very happy with; It’s still a good camera, but the Lumix S5 is a completely different beast and therefore cannot really be compared alongside the Canon. I’m not a stills photographer. I purchased this camera to make content videos and short films. The fact I can do all this in 4k is fantastic. Apparently, with a certain monitor attached, it is capable of recording in 6K. Compared to my Canon APS-C mirrored camera, the Lumix full-frame mirrorless camera is worlds apart. The D200 only offered 1080p. I was…

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  2. A.K.

    Just got S5 and had gh5 with gx80 for a few years and I am a bit confused 🙂 For photos could be a great camera but my main focus is video. The codecs may be better on S5 (4.2.2) but that codecs have a lower bitrate than on GH5. The 4k 60p is cropped so, you could not use FF for wide shots in that mode, you will need a super-wide L mount lens. Lenses are limited on L mount (there is a wide collection of old lenses like m42 with adapter, but there are no native affordable prime lenses) I have plenty of prime lenses 1.4 / 1.8 and full range 2.8 from 7mm to 150mm on the M43 system, and size and weight is just more than half from FF L mount lenses. Quality of the image I would not say it’s a big step up. From GH5 and the right lens, you could get a decent image. The button layout on s5 looks like Panasonic G80 entry-level compared to GH5 which has more extra buttons and better dials. The menu on S5 looks too small for my eye (I think it’s now similar to GH5 mark 2) and I got 20/20…

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  3. Amir Azimi

    I have been researching between, Panasonic, overly expensive Sony, Nikon and Canon, first I wanted to get Canon R6 which turned out it overheats and after overheating its unfunctional, Lumix S5 does not overheat. Sony is good but too expensive, If you are thinking of getting A73, please don’t, that camera doesn’t have 10 bit and also is old camera, the colour science is not the same as Panasonic’s best colour science, Autofocus in APS-C is perfect, in full-frame mode is almost perfect. Firmware 2.1 made the AF very good. You can record 6K with external recording with this camera. 😃 I believe the next firmware update will make the AF even better. I love this camera. Lumix S1H is an approved camera by Netflix for film making and this Lumix S5 is smaller but and better than S1H. THIS IS NOT A ENTRY LEVEL CAMERA.

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