Amadeusz Andrzejewski told me this:
I completed a video mode test of the Sigma FP and found some issues with the quality of the DNG video. The scaling of the raw data from full sensor width to 4K / HD seems to be implemented imperfectly. Some other testers I spoke with confirmed that. I’m attaching a screenshot, and the video is here:
(it’s in Polish but with English subtitles)
The Everyday Dad:
We’ve been using the Panasonic S1H non-stop for almost two weeks. This 6k monster camera has worked its way into my heart and I’m incredibly impressed by its video functionality and ease of use to get some fantastic images.
However its not for everyone because this is an eye wateringly expensive camera body that won’t fit into everyones studio.
But how is it holding up?
The Lumix 24-70mm f/2.8 feels like the missing puzzle piece that we have all been waiting for in the L-mount line up. It’s constant aperture, fast auto-focus and sharp images make it a must-have for any pro shooting on the Lumix S1 Series cameras, the Leica SL system or on a Sigma FP. We went out with Lumix Ambassador, Todd White and got to see it in action on a real-life client shoot.
DPreview tested the S1H and concludes:
The S1H brings the features and feel of Panasonic’s GH series to the L-mount full-frame system. It’s a compact and affordable package if judged according to the standard of its broadcast-grade footage. The rolling shutter figures are worth being conscious of, and the autofocus isn’t as impressive as the rest of the camera, but overall it’s a superb video tool that will address a wide range of needs.