Published Aug 10, 2019
Thanks to an optional firmware update, the Panasonic S1 now offers advanced video features historically reserved for the company’s GH series of cameras. Does this make the S1 the best full frame camera for video on the market? The boys in Calgary have been putting it to the test and have the answers.
Editor’s note: Instead of a sample gallery, we’re providing several ungraded clips from the S1, captured in V-Log, for download so that you can try grading it yourself. (See the links below the chapter markers.) If you have difficulty playing the clips try using the VLC media player.
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Panasonic S1 V-Log sample download links
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