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After the Panasonic Lumix S1H hands-on video which was based on a pre-production sample, I’ve spent some more time with a Production S1H with production firmware. And want to tell you why I think the S1H is the best hybrid camera in the market.
And for those of you who are currently shooting with GH5 and thinking of getting a S1H, I also did a side by side comparison video of the S1H with the GH5, from ISO 800 all the way to both camera’s maximum ISO.
When Panasonic announced the S1 and S1H, they also announced 3 L-Mount Alliance Lenses. One of those is the 50mm f1.4 and undoubtedly the best L-Mount Lens they make. The main issue, it’s $2,300 for a 50mm f 1.4 and not even a f1.2. So is it worth it? Check out this Lens Review to help you make that decision.
Bjorn Petersen tested the new Sigma 35mm f/1.2 DG DN Art L-mount lens and writes:
So, after a week of visiting the gardens with this lens, it’s tough for me to say that I really do like the lens. Despite its weight and size, it’s a serious lens with seriously good performance. I say it’s “tough” for me to like this because I’m not really much of a wide-angle lens person. But, with the flexibility afforded by this lens’s fast design, I felt like it could play multiple parts. It has a wide field of view, perfect for establishing shots; an f/1.2 design, for isolating subjects; and, when you mix the two, you get this enticing mixture of being able to focus selectively on your subject without losing “the big picture.” It’s an effect that’s caught my attention and a lens I’d be excited to continue using into the future.