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Carrying masses of gear is a chore, and it’s made worse when you have a heavy bag to match.When I attended the Baselworld watch show this year, I wanted a lightweight laptop bag to carry not just my laptop, but also my camera equipment, several phones, my notepad, and all the other paraphernalia associated with doing my job, from headphones to cables, accessories, and a tripod.The bag has a 20-liter capacity, which is far larger than you expect by looking at the design.However, the design does limit what you can fit inside.The straps have a small amount of padding but are very comfortable to wear, while the back panel has two strips covered in mesh to help stop it getting too hot.Moshi says it’s good for laptops up to 15-inches in size.
We recently compared the new Panasonic Lumix S1R to the Nikon Z 7, but there’s another full-frame mirrorless camera in the 40-plus megapixel club that photographers should consider: the Sony A7R III.These two models are quite different in design, but fairly similar in performance, and both offer pixel-shift modes that pull even more detail out of their already high-resolution sensors.As the A7R III has gotten on in years, its price has dropped accordingly.You can now find it for about $2,800, $900 less than the S1R.The A7R III accomplishes this by taking just four images, enough to capture full RGB color data at every pixel location.The Lumix S1R has live view, but lacks continuous autofocus at 9 fps — you’ll need to drop to 6 fps if you require that.
Few photographers truly need 40-plus megapixels, but when you want the most detail you can squeeze into a mirrorless camera body, the Panasonic Lumix S1R and Nikon Z 7 are two of the top choices (the third is the Sony A7R III, which we’ve also compared to the Z 7).Both models represent the first generation of each brand’s respective full-frame mirrorless offerings, and both feature sensors with resolutions that approach the 50-megapixel mark.They are also durable, built to handle the demands of a professional photography workflow, and surprisingly fast for such high-resolution cameras.However, as similar as they are, each takes a unique approach to how it goes about achieving its goals.The Lumix is massive, the size and weight of a pro-level DSLR, while the Nikon maintains the smaller profile that mirrorless cameras are known for.For example, the camera needs to be locked down on a tripod, the subject needs to be perfectly still, and it won’t work with flash, which could make the feature useless for studio photographers.
Panasonic has launched its first full-frame mirrorless cameras, the Lumix S1 and Lumix S1R in India.While the Lumix S1 uses a 24.2MP sensor, the S1R has a bigger 47.3MP sensor.The S-series claims to offer image quality that's unrivaled in the market with features like 4K 60p video recording, image stabilization among others.Panasonic Lumix S1 and Lumix S1R price and availabilityPanasonic's first full-frame camera series starts at Rs 1,99,990 for the Lumix S1 and Rs 2,67,990 with the 24-105mm lens.The Lumix S1R, on the other hand, starts at Rs 2,99,990 for the body and Rs 3,67,990 with a 24-105mm lens.
Afraid of missing out on the latest photo industry news while you’re out, well, actually taking pictures?Rode simplifies wireless audio with new Wireless GoAudio is an integral part of shooting video — and now major mic brand Rode is bringing its tech to an affordable, beginner-friendly design.A 3.5mm camera cable, USB charging cable, windshields and carrying pouch are included.DJI’s compact Osmo Pocket now has a line of new filtersThe DJI Osmo Pocket camera-gimbal combo now has access to a lineup of filters designed for the compact camera.
Panasonic has a new rugged Micro Four Thirds camera, the Lumix G95, promising advanced image stabilization, 4K video, and 20.3-megapixel stills.Rather than focusing primarily on either photography or videography, Panasonic is pitching the Lumix G95 as an all-rounder, and it has the specs to match.The core is a 20.3-megapixel Digital Live MOS Sensor without a low-pass filter, borrowed from the Lumix G9 flagship.That can add up to 5-stops of shutter speed by combining the 2-axis Optical Image Stabilizer and the 5-axis Body Image Stabilizer.Contrast AF is used, with Depth From Defocus (DFD) technology.Other improvements mean burst shooting rates have risen over previous cameras, to 9 fps in AFS/MF mode, or 6 fps in AFC mode.
Panasonic unveiled the Lumix G95 on Friday, a midrange Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera that blends photo and video tools into a lightweight body.The company also announced the new Lumix G Vario 14-140mm f/3.5-5.6 II ASPH Power OIS lens.While the Panasonic Lumix G9 remains the G-series flagship, some of its features have trickled down to the the new G95, which replaces the still-available G85.The higher resolution shortens the RAW burst buffer to 30 frames, but an updated Venus engine allows the camera to capture twice as many JPEGs before slowing down, with an impressive 600-shot buffer.Actual burst rate is unchanged from the G85, offering 6 frames per second with continuous focus and 9 fps with fixed focus.V-Log L is is a flat tone curve that captures more dynamic range (Panasonic claims 12 stops), but the G95’s video is still limited to 8 bits and 4:2:2 color, not the 10-bit 4:2:2 video of the GH5 and GH5S..
Panasonic's G series has been looking a little unloved recently, with the focus more on the company's compact camera line and full-frame S1 and S1R models.Confirming earlier rumors, the camera will be known as the G99 in Japan and the G90 outside of the US, and it follows the G85/G80 that surfaced in 2016.In place of that camera's 16MP Four Thirds sensor, it packs a 20.3MP alternative, once again without an optical low-pass filter.This works with the company's latest Venus engine to record 4K video to a maximum 30p for an unlimited length of time, in addition to Full HD videos, while V-Log L is also included on the camera as standard – a move that might not please S1R and S1 owners that have to pay extra for this.The OLED viewfinder still offers the same 2.36million dots as the G85 and the same magnification that's equivalent to 0.74x in 35mm terms, while the rear display retains its 1.04million-dot resolution and 3in dimensions from before, although, interestingly, it's now an OLED screen rather than the G85's LCD.As we expect on pretty much any camera in 2019, Wi-Fi has been carried over from the G85, although the new model follows other recent Lumix releases in also having Bluetooth connectivity thrown in on top.
Panasonic makes some great cameras, but they all tend to skew one way or the other: the Lumix G and GX series towards photo enthusiasts and the GH series towards prosumer videographers.Its new Lumix G95 brings some of the more important video features into the fold, in the hopes of luring vloggers who want a single camera to fill all their video and photo needs.Panasonic intends to offer only kits in the US, at least initially, with the 12-60mm f3.5-5.6 lens.When it ships in May, the G95 kit will cost $1,199 (directly converted, about £917, AU$1,685).The vlogosphere is not new territory.A ton of cameras want to be your one and only for both vlogging and stills, especially in this price range, which is slightly above where models like the new Sony A6400, Fujifilm X-T30 and the old Canon EOS M50 sit.
Panasonic has teased the impending launch of its first full-frame mirrorless camera range with Lumix S1 and Lumix S1R in India.The company is hosting an event in the capital on April 15 where it will announce the two full-frame cameras with 35mm CMOS sensor.The main difference between the two is in the kind of sensor that's been used.While the S1 has a 24.2MP sensor, the S1R is outfitted with a 47.3MP sensor making it the first full-frame camera to offer that resolution.Both the cameras are crafted from a magnesium alloy and are dust and splash resistant.The electronic viewfinder is based on a 5.76 million-dot OLED screen making it the world's highest resolution viewfinder.
Mirrorless camera technology is no longer just about building lighter weight alternatives to DSLRs, but Panasonic is the first company to completely embrace this concept with its new full-frame Lumix S-series.The Lumix GH5 and GH5S, built on the smaller Micro Four Thirds format, have found success with filmmakers and YouTubers, but the S1 doesn’t cater to this crowd.But if Panasonic is an underdog, it certainly isn’t acting like one.And everywhere you look, there’s a button, dial, or lever granting direct access to whatever function you may need.It isn’t image quality or speed that separates a professional camera from a consumer model; it’s control and durability.On the front of the camera, a two-position function lever offers immediate access to different settings that you can customize as you see fit, from silent mode and bracketing to autofocus mode and much more.
On Monday, February 18, Panasonic unveiled The Lumix FZ1000 II and the ZS80, the first a bridge-style zoom and the second a compact zoom camera.The Panasonic Lumix FZ1000 IIThe Panasonic Lumix FZ1000 II, like the predecessor, packs in a larger one-inch 20.1-megapixel sensor.In front of that sensor is a 16x optical zoom lens, equivalent to a 25-400mm reach.The lens has a bright f/2.8-f/4 aperture.Speed hits up to 12 fps for stills.
Panasonic has taken its current European convention in Frankfurt as the opportunity to announce two new compacts in its Lumix line, the FZ1000 II and the TZ95.The models appear to be modest updates to existing cameras, rather than anything radially different from previous offerings.The FZ1000 II is a gentle refresh of the FZ1000, which was announced five years ago, a camera that itself was superseded by the FZ2000.Panasonic has, however, maintained the FZ1000 up until this point, with the two residing in different price brackets.The new model adds a slightly higher-resolution 3-inch LCD screen on the rear, with 1.25 million dots, up from the 921k-dot panel that we saw in the FZ1000.There's also a new Zoom Composite Assist feature, which is designed to keep a lock on a subject as you zoom the lens to prevent the camera from losing it.
Engadget has laid their hands on Panasonic's upcoming Lumix S1 and S1R, and has released a video where they talk news, the benefits and the potential disadvantages of the new flagships.the S1 and S1R is placed at the end of march 2019 and the recommended price is set at 27.999 sek respectively 39.999 sek for the camera housings.
These two Panasonic LUMIX S series cameras roll with 4K 60p/50p (PAL area only) video recording, rugged durability (when protected sufficiently, of course), and what Panasonic suggests is “expandability.” The LUMIX S1R’s specs start with a 47.3-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor, while the LUMIX S1 sports a 24.2-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor.All the way back in September of 2018 we first started seeing official images and details on both cameras, along with a tease of the full-frame revolution on the horizon.The Lumix S1R has what Panasonic asserts is “the industry’s highest level of resolution in the full-frame mirrorless cameras” with its 47.3-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor (36mm x 24mm).This camera has its own “High Resolution mode” enabling 187-megapixel ultra-high precision photo capture.The Lumix S1 has a 24.2-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor (35.6mm x 23.8mm).The S1 seems to be made for videographers (more than the S1R, anyway), as it sports features that the S1R does not get, like V-Log and HEVC recording.
Panasonic introduced the new Lumix cameras S1R and S1 last year in connection with the fotomässan Photokina, but sparse when it comes to information.Now the gang lift a little on the informationslocket and told us more about the cameras.There we found out earlier was that the S1 can take pictures with the 24MP resolution, and the sibling S1R, where R stands for Resolution, can take pictures with 47MP resolution, and both should cope with 4K recording with 60 fps.Both of the cameras will also use the new L-bracket.Both of the cameras will have a special shooting mode that allows you to take really high resolution pictures.S1R can take pictures with up to 187MP and S1 can take 96MP-images.
First, it was the Nikon Z7, then came the Canon EOS-R, and now Panasonic is officially joining the ranks of full-frame mirrorless camera makers with its brand new Lumix S cameras.So, on the new £2,200 24.2- MP Lumix S1 and the £3,400 47.3-MP Lumix S1R, Panasonic went hard to created a big, beastly new camera line aimed at pros, and then packed them full of pretty much every feature anyone might want.In fact, me and pretty much everyone else I watched handle the camera let out an audible “umph” at first touch.Because the Lumix S cameras are designed for pros, not only are the S1 and S1R certified to function down to 14 degrees Fahrenheit, Panasonic went out of its way to provide dedicated buttons for almost every major setting, and even made sure to use differently shaped buttons so you know which one is which just by feel alone.Even the new control stick feels faster and offers eight directions of movement instead of four like you get on some older cameras.And inside its menus, Panasonic has revamped its UI to show additional stats like battery life in percentages, and even a separate metric showing battery degradation.
Panasonic has finally confirmed the full specs of its two new full-frame L-mount models, the Lumix S1R and Lumix S1.Now, it has confirmed exactly what they will feature, alongside further details on the triplet of lenses that will be launched alongside.Panasonic Lumix S1R and S1: features24.2MP (S1) and 47.3MP (S1R) full-frame sensorsS1R features 187MP High Resolution mode (96MP on S1)The Lumix S1R and S1 are identical in virtually every respect, with their main point of difference concerning their sensors.