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    Quote Originally Posted by Hrvoje Simic View Post
    Nope.

    The benefits may be slightly improved acuity at the cost of lower chroma sampling and higher compression. There is obviously readout/bandwidth/processing cap at some point and to be able to achieve one factor to the max there are tradeoffs with other factors.

    Option B may have been that there is no 6K recording option or even S1H at all, until fully capable for complete 6K functionality. Would you have preferred that scenario ?.
    Yes, actually in this case I would have and not because of any other reason but that it is not acceptable from any camera manufacturer. I’m not certain shooting 6K is actually an option at all when you can only monitor on the 3” display on the camera. It’s a total deal killer. Perhaps I have a higher standard and expect more but frankly we all should. I don’t believe cameras should be sent out into the wild with complete beta “modes” just so the companies can exaggerate their marketing to say 6K on the box. If they can’t get the fundamentals down then I’d prefer not to have the option available until it’s a fully baked solution. Our production experiences with all cameras big and small mean something.
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    Panasonic LUMIX S1H 120fps Test Footage (SLOW MOTION)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRNkxeqaZAU

    "EDIT: Accidentally labeled the footage as "V-LOG" in the lower-thirds but it's actually CinelikeD. Whoops."

    Camera: Panasonic LUMIX S1H
    Codec: 120fps 10bit
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    Lens: Canon 16-35mm (Sigma MC-21 Adapter)


    Brisbane Australia City Tour | Filmed in [6K] - Panasonic S1H

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDTR4bybqZs
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    I just spent 16 days shooting a feature for a client at Full frame 400mb I, V Log. 28 inch monitor in video village and ninjav to double roll on kit. I can't speak to 6k but the 4k full frame looks great. I used my Scarlet as Bcam in some situations. When testing I found a matching point for them. I had no issues with heat or any problems. The camera produces! Hard to knock the dual iso at any price point. It's a great tool. Just figured I'd chime in since we just wrapped.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith B Plummer View Post
    I just spent 16 days shooting a feature for a client at Full frame 400mb I, V Log. 28 inch monitor in video village and ninjav to double roll on kit. I can't speak to 6k but the 4k full frame looks great. I used my Scarlet as Bcam in some situations. When testing I found a matching point for them. I had no issues with heat or any problems. The camera produces! Hard to knock the dual iso at any price point. It's a great tool. Just figured I'd chime in since we just wrapped.
    Keith does it have timecode?
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    Hey Nick. Yes it does! It has a port on the front and comes with a cable. I used a tentacle on it.
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    For a 15 min before preparation, handheld, FHD internal recording with natural profile, i am pretty satisfied how it handled all the crazy lights.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZMf...VGtxOe4OtyEy8M
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    Iceland in 6K | Lumix S1H

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zhlwfeo1b-w


    Step With Ki - Summer Walker - Come Thru ( Routine ) shot by @MoneyBagLou


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvL_Yh7SnbI


    The Graceful Hair Stylist


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUEBuFZ8VEU
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    Quote Originally Posted by rand thompson View Post
    Rent the S1H for $99/week.
    That is an INSANE deal and I wished I live in the USA so I could take advantage of it! I'd rent two and shoot a feature film in a fortnight for the low low cost of US$396 in camera rentals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewhake View Post
    Have you tested with timecode input yet? Curious if the S1H can accept continuous timecode input from from an external timecode box rather than just be jam sync'd like the GH5S.

    I'd love to know the answer to this as well! As this was a big downside to the GH5S

    Quote Originally Posted by Hrvoje Simic View Post
    From a couple tests IBIS looks good for video, there are a few modes to choose. It irons those high frequency micro vibrations which make HH footage from small cameras crappy and often unusable for anything but phone viewing.

    Highlight capture range....well...like Alexa.



    Full frame stills cam body with a great sensor, serious video capabilities and broadcast quality codec which handles grading.
    Yup.

    I wouldn't have issues with this intercut in a project for a big screen. This is the third "stills logic" cam for which I could say that. First was GH5/GH5s, second Fuji T3. We used GH5S for some shots recently on an action TV series coming soon to your homes. Of those three this one excells in DR. And sensitivity.

    Where others in FF stills body segment went with size decrease, Panasonic went with a body built like a tank. And that was a wise choice. There is a frikkin' active cooling inside.
    Would enjoy hearing any more thoughts you have on selecting a GH5 vs GH5S vs X-T3 vs S1H! (have you tried the S1 or the Nikon Z6?)

    Quote Originally Posted by Timur Civan View Post
    Yes i just jammed it to the mixer once in the morning. I'm pretty sure it even held through battery changes. Jamming is so fast, I just did it every time we changed mags on the RED. We were shooting long interviews, the S1H Was BCam and Broll Camera.


    Surely you kept a Tentacle on the camera though??
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    Panasonic Lumix S1H In-Depth Review/Impressions with Sample Footage


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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afi-1rs9vwA&app=desktop


    Sample Footage link

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...EIKWopBVaWZbwt

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