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Panasonic Lumix DC-S1R sensor survey and our assessments

The Panasonic Lumix DC-S1R is the organization's high-resolution version of the Lumix DC-S1 full-frame mirrorless camera. It utilizes the L-mount initially created by Leica and supports Leica focal points just as focal points from Sigma and Panasonic.

The S1R highlights an in-body, 5-pivot, balanced out 47.3MP CMOS sensor that works related to the organization's optically-settled focal points to give up to 6 stops of amendment. The balanced out sensor additionally offers multi-shot "high-res" capacity for boosting goals and for catching 187MP pictures. Furthermore, Panasonic has combined the sensor with another VENUS processor that empowers an ISO extend from 100 to 25,600 (or more development from ISO 50 to 51,200), and permits blasts at up to 9 fps.

Different highlights incorporate a climate safe magnesium combination body and higher-than-expected (1/320-sec) streak synchronization. It additionally has a ultra-high-res (5.76-million dab) OLED-type EVF and a 3.2-inch articulating touchscreen screen. The S1R can catch film at up to 4K (UHD) 60p, and highlights two media card openings—one for XQD and a subsequent that records to SD UHS-II.

Key determinations:

47MP full-outline CMOS sensor

5-pivot in-body Dual IS framework for stills and video

Local ISO 100–25,600, with development to ISO 50–51,200

Up to 9 fps shooting in AFS, up to 6 fps with ceaseless AF

UHD 4K (UHD)/60p video

One XQD opening and one SD card space (with UHS-II support)

The S1R's full-outline CMOS sensor accomplishes an excellent by and large DxOMark score of 100, which is one the best outcomes we've seen among all the sensors in our database.

Its key quality is its (Portrait) color profundity: at 26.4 bits at base, it is the joint second-best outcome for a full-outline sensor. For that sub-score, it is even marginally in front of the most elevated positioned sensor (the Hasselblad X1D-50c).

At 14.1EV, the S1R's (Landscape) dynamic range score is likewise excellent, however it is lower than certain adversaries in this class, which are in the 14.7–8EV territory at their greatest. Indeed, even with a high pixel count, the S1R's great shading profundity and generally excellent powerful range (especially at high ISOs) raise its Sports (low-light ISO) score to ISO 3525.

Consolidate that high pixel check with great color sensitivity, a low noise floor, and a generally excellent powerful range, especially at low ISOs, and the Panasonic Lumix DC-S1R appears to be an extremely enticing recommendation for various classes, for example, studio, engineering, and scene work, just as for representation.

Picture quality thought about

Panasonic has chosen another 47.3MP full-outline CMOS sensor for its very good quality model, shunning the current 42.4 Sony and 45.7MP Nikon sensors received by opponents for their high-goals cameras. Our testing shows that while the general execution is at a comparable level (there's a distinction of only one DxOMark point among them), their reactions at different ISOs show some inconspicuous contrasts.

As the table beneath appears, the 47.3MP Panasonic S1R sensor is close in shading profundity execution at base ISO to the Nikon Z 7 and D850, and even beats the bigger sensors in the Pentax 645Z and the Hasselblad X1D-50c. (All things considered, the two medium-position cameras and the two full-outline Nikon cameras—which share comparative 45.7MP CMOS sensors—and the 42.4MP Sony all have a marginally more extensive powerful range at base.)

Low-light ISO is one zone in which the 47MP Panasonic S1R beats the two Nikons and even returns an estimation indistinguishable from that of the Sony, in spite of the previous' higher pixel density. All things considered, the S1R can't exactly coordinate the dynamic range and low commotion levels of the bigger pixels of the two trimmed computerized medium-position sensors.

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