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Camera Warehouse is a leading online retailer of mirrorless camera or CSC. The beauty with these innovative devices is it does not contain a system of mirrors like DSLR cameras. This means that you can have a much lighter camera body and frame while still enjoying high image quality.

A standard CSC like a Panasonic mirrorless full frame camera is almost noise-free because there is mirror slap sound. Some of the latest iterations of CSC like what we did for Panasonic s1 reviewfeatures not only a formidable, but simply the best electronic viewfinder of any mirrorless camera. It posses an OLED model with a 5.76-million dot resolution, 120 fps refresh rate and .005-second lag rating – giving it a true vibrant and realistic preview focus. It almost has no difference between traditional viewfinders found in DSLRs today and the verdict is clear.

Panasonic lumixcameras are perfect for those who enjoy strong full-frame body wherein the user can feel both the compactness and sturdiness put into building this hardware. Despite its relatively heavy body, its grip and handlessnuggles the hands like it’s part of the body. It’s a premium pro-photo camera with 4K cinematic video and amazing photography features.

Lumix are also co-branded with Leica Lenses, which is a braded digital point and shoot camera in Japan. Panasonic CSC uses L-mount system owned by Leica with Sigma as licensees and members in what is called as the L-Mount Alliance.

Panasonic Lumix Camera Range

Panasonic line of mirrorless cameras or compact system cameras (CSC) is brought together by its GH line of top-line video-specialty cameras. The lighter and much compact G-series range with electronic viewfinders retain their DSLR format while the GX series highlights a rangefinder hybrid factor along with the GF series and GM series.

Panasonic s1

The Panasonic S1 comes with a heavy duty build, premium camera specs for both stills and video and is just one stride away from becoming a dedicated sports camera. It features crisp and superb image quality with 5-axis in-body image stabilization, uncropped 4K video capturing, 24.2MP full-frame CMOS, an OLED Live Viewfinder with 5,760,000 dots, and max burst of 9fps.

Panasonic s1h

As a hallmark motion and video camera,the Panasonic S1H shares similar design with the S1 and S1R, but the difference is that it captures video at 6K/24p (3:2 aspect ratio), 5.9K/30p (16:9) and 10-bit 4K/60p. It’s an exhilarating piece of consumer technology for serious and professional videographers. It finishes with a V-Log/V-Gamut, which enables around 14 stops of dynamic range plus color and skin tons. It also has no recording limitation for any of the video modes.

Panasonic GH5

The Panasonic GH5 is a refreshing addition to Panasonic cameras CSC because it balances video and stills capability unlike the other GH series - which felt a little more like video cameras. It’s a well-rounded piece, boasting brilliant video specs, versatile and bright EVD, touchscreen interface and Micro Four Thirds LIVE MOS sensor of up to 20.3MP Apart from its 4K video capture it also brings a 6K Photo still image extraction.

Panasonic G9

The G9 is Panasonic’s flagship for still-oriented mirrorless camera. Compared to its predecessor G85, G9 has better overall specs such as a 20.3-megapixel sensor, larger electronic viewfinder, dual card slots, and faster JPEG shooting. It runs on the latest-gen Venus processor providing excellent image quality and pleasing contrast & colors. The Panasonic G9 produce more images with less noise at ISO 1600 despite having smaller pixels due to its improved hardware and smarter software.