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Panasonic S1 & S1R Mirrorless Cameras

Panasonic S1 & S1R Mirrorless Cameras


The Lumix S Series is being launched with both 47MP and 24MP full frame mirrorless camera bodies (the S1R and S1 respectively) as well as three brand new lenses.

As well as this, there is some other massive news – the lenses will be using Leica’s existing ‘L Mount’, which sees the unique start of a collaboration between Leica, Panasonic and Sigma. They will all be creating lenses that use this mount, offering the prospects of an exciting choice of lens for the user, notably allowing both APS-C and full frame.


Panasonic S1R Full Frame Mirrorless Camera

Panasonic S1R Full Frame Mirrorless Camera

    Key Features

  • 4K60P video
  • Contrast AF, DFD technology
  • Deep learning AI autofocus
  • Dual IS (in-body and in-lens)
  • Large high res EVF
  • Dual card slots (XQD and SD)
  • 3-axis tiltable LCD
  • 100% weather sealed
  • Low temperature resistant

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Panasonic announce full-frame S1 and S1R mirrorless cameras

With a choice of lenses available from Panasonic, Leica and Sigma (more on this below), the S Series is not only looking to the future, but also delivers two very exciting new cameras straight from Launch.

The S1R has an incredible 47MP sensor, pitching it at professional photographers – whether it is portrait, commercial or landscape, there will be no complaints over resolution or image quality. The S1 is placed differently in the market, yet still offers an impressive 24MP sensor.


L Mount Lenses

Using the L Mount, the S Series will give Panasonic users the choice between Panasonic’s new Lumix S Series lenses (10 of which are expected to be available within a year of launch), as well as both Leica and Sigma – all of whom will be creating L Mount lenses.

The L Mount itself has four main design elements that will help deliver optimum optical quality:

  1. A Large diameter that will support both APS-C and full-frame sensors
  2. A secure mount with four flange elements – this allows stable and tight coupling between the lens and the camera body
  3. A flange distance of just 20mm – reduced length allows for optimal lens design, and also means that mount adaptors can be created for other mount systems
  4. A flange distance of just 20mm – reduced length allows for optimal lens design, and also means that mount adaptors can be created for other mount systems