This week Panasonic India rolled out LUMIX GH5S. This is the first 4K recording high-accuracy cinema camera of the world developed particularly for low light situations. LUMIX GH5S, to be obtainable at all Panasonic shops for a price tag of Rs 184,990, sports Low Light auto-focus with 5EV luminance detection performance that helps in optimized tuning and higher sensitivity of the sensor.
“With digital and broadcast mediums developing at a quick rate all over the world, there is a great requirement for high-resolution clips that are crisper, richer, and deliver outstanding quality in low light situations. The strongly built GH5S delivers such particular requirements of professional videographers and cinematographers,” claimed Director at Panasonic Corporation for Imaging Business, Yosuke Yamane, to the media in an interview.
It is fueled with a “LiveView Boost” function that makes it achievable to make sure the composition even in complete darkness by driving the sensitivity only for “Live view.” Bundled with a newly-designed “Dual Native ISO Technology” along with 10.2 MP “Digital MOS Sensor” and “Venus Engine 10,” the camera imitates even dark sections of the pictures, permitting high sensitivity ISO 51200 recording when the utilization of supplemental lighting might not be feasible as well as an extensive ISO of almost 204,800.
Business Head at Panasonic India for System Solution Business, Vijay Wadhwan, claimed to the media that LUMIX GH5S will break through into the market of professional videographer. “We will be aiming at 20% share of the market in 1.5–3 Lakh camera industry by the end of this fiscal,” he claimed. GH5S also has a VFR (Variable Frame Rate Effect) that allows consumers to record time lapse and slow motions videos in 240 FPS and 60 FPS format. The camera has been made of a magnesium alloy full die-cast rear, front, and top frame.