Panasonic goes next level for low lighting shooting!
Panasonic launched Lumix GH5S launched in India, which is the world’s first high precision cinema 4K recording camera designed for low lighting conditions. It has 5EV luminance detection performance with Low Light AF and optimizing tuning sensor. It also has LiveView Boost feature which helps to check the composition in total darkness boosting sensitivity.
The Lumix GH5S sports 10.2MP Digital MOS Sensor with Dual Native ISO Technology and Venus Engine 10 that can bring images in dark with ISO sensitivity of 51200 which is extended to 204,800 ISO. It is been made of Magnesium alloy which makes it splash-proof, dust-proof and freeze-proof down to -10 degrees Celsius. It allows recording Slow motions, Timelapse video at 60 FPS and 240 FPS respectively.
The camera will be available at all Panasonic stores for INR 184,990/-.
Mr. Yosuke Yamane, Director – Imaging Business, Panasonic Corporation, said,
“GH5S has received an overwhelming response ever since its launch at CES 2018. With broadcast and digital mediums evolving at a fast rate globally, there is a huge demand for high-resolution videos that are richer, crisper and deliver exceptional quality under low-light conditions. The robustly built GH5S caters to such specific demands of professional cinematographers and videographers, alike.”
Mr. Vijay Wadhwan, Business Head – System Solution Business, Panasonic India, said,
“GH5S has been designed in mind catering to the rising need for immaculate and high-resolution videos currently prevalent across industries. As pioneers of 4K innovation, LUMIX GH5S will sought onto cater to this need while also penetrating into the more professional videographer market such as Indian film and broadcast industry, documentary makers, wedding market and YouTube enthusiasts. We will be looking at 20% market share in 1.5-3L camera market by 2018-19.”
Mr. Gaurav Ghavri, Product Head- Digital Imaging, Panasonic India, said,
“The new LUMIX GH5S is developed to pursue the highest picture quality in high sensitivity video recording and can handle up to ISO 51,200 when the use of supplemental lighting may not be possible. Moreover, videographers now will be able to shoot in both Ultra HD and cinema 4K resolutions. It has also enhanced the 225-point autofocus system to achieve outstanding footage in any environment, especially in low light. It also allows to shoot time-lapses and 2.5x slow motion in 4K or up 10x slow motion in Full HD.