As part of our upcoming review, here’s our 4K sample reel, shot using the Panasonic Lumix DC-S1H at Seattle’s Emerald City Soul Club.
All footage is DCI 4K, 23.98p in the 400Mbps mode, with the exception of a short 60p clip, marked in the video. The camera’s Cinelike D2 color profile was used throughout, with minimal color grading subsequently applied.
Interview footage was all shot from a tripod, using the Panasonic 24-70mm F2.8 lens. The bulk of the in-club footage was shot using an L-mount Sigma 24mm F1.8 Art, and mounted on a DJI Ronin-S gimbal unless otherwise noted. All clips were manually focused due to the extreme low-light nature of the club.
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