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Uncooked Video Output for Panasonic S1H Digital camera

Panasonic and Atomos have collaborated to allow RAW switch over HDMI from the brand new LUMIX S1H digicam to the Atomos Ninja V Monitor Recorder.

The brand new Lumix S1H might be proven working with the Atomos Ninja V on the upcoming IBC2019 present in Amsterdam from September 13th.

Panasonic UK Press Launch

LUMIX S1H RAW-data switch to Atomos Ninja V

• Continuation of profitable company with Atomos

• Full-Body RAW-data output by way of HDMI for LUMIX S1H

• Stay-Preview at IBC2019 in Amsterdam

29th September 2019 – Panasonic proudly proclaims the continuation of the profitable improvement company with Atomos Restricted. Collectively, the businesses will understand RAW-data switch over HDMI from the LUMIX S1H to the Atomos Ninja V Monitor Recorder.

Growing RAW-data out

Because the world’s first full-frame mirrorless digicam able to 6K inner video*1, the LUMIX S1H combines the standard {of professional} cinema-grade video cameras with the excessive portability of mirrorless system cameras. As a way to develop the digicam’s capabilities and creating an optimum workflow for filmmakers, Panasonic desires to supply RAW-data output for utmost high quality additionally when recording externally and for this seeks full compatibility to the Atomos Ninja V 4K/60p HDR Monitor Recorder. 

On the digicam’s international launch in Los Angeles on August 27th 2019, Panasonic’s Director of the Imaging Enterprise Unit, Yosuke Yamane stated:

“Atomos and Panasonic have a great relationship and we’ve got been offering 4:2:2 10bit 4K HDMI output recording for the LUMIX GH-series. We at the moment are growing RAW output by way of HDMI with Atomos for the S1H.”

Atomos CEO Jeromy Younger added of their press launch: 

“We’re very happy with persevering with to develop new ground-breaking know-how with an organization of the calibre of Panasonic. We’re each extremely dedicated to the democratization of filmmaking for creators, and the power to transmit RAW over HDMI from the S1H to a Ninja V is a serious leap ahead on this endeavour.”

The brand new Lumix S1H might be proven working with the Atomos Ninja V on the upcoming IBC2019 present in Amsterdam from September 13th. 

Extra info on the mixture might be obtainable throughout the present.

*1 6K/24p, world’s first as a full-frame digital interchangeable lens system digicam, as of August 27, 2019. Panasonic analysis.

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