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Panasonic India announced the launch of its LUMIX GH5S world's first high precision cinema 4K recording camera designed specifically for low light scenarios.
Vijay Wadhwan, Business Head - System Solution Business, Panasonic India, said, "GH5S has been designed in mind catering to the rising need for immaculate and high-resolution videos currently prevalent across industries. As pioneers of 4K innovation, LUMIX GH5S will be sought onto cater to this need while also penetrating into the more professional videographer market such as Indian film and broadcast industry, documentary makers, wedding market and YouTube enthusiasts."
He said that "We will be looking at 20 percent market share in 1.5-3L camera market by 2018-19."
The camera will be available at all Panasonic stores across the country at a price of Rs 184,990/-.
The LUMIX GH5S features 5EV luminance detection performance with Low Light AF that aids in higher sensitivity and optimized tuning of the sensor. It is further powered by a LiveView Boost feature that makes it possible to check the composition even in total darkness by boosting the sensitivity just for the Live view. The camera has been designed specifically for professional filmmakers such as cinematographers, documentary makers, wedding users, and YouTubers.
Packed with astounding features to satisfy the evolving needs of videographers, the newly developed 10.2-megapixel Digital MOS Sensor with Dual Native ISO Technology and Venus Engine 10 faithfully reproduces even dark parts of the image, allowing ISO 51200 high sensitivity recording when the use of supplemental lighting may not be possible as well as an extended ISO of up to 204,800.