After the success of Panasonic’s Micro Four Thirds BGH1 camera released last year, the company has followed it up with a new full-frame version, the Panasonic BS1H. Like its MFT counterpart, the BS1H is designed more as both a studio camera, to keep set up in a permanent shooting location, or as a cinema camera, that can be caged, rigged and carted around at will.
It’s essentially a Panasonic S1H in the boxy form factor, boasting the same sensor and is based around the components of the S1H. In fact, the “BS1H” name probably stands for “Boxy S1H”. It features largely the same feature set, but with a few extras – like a wired LAN socket for streaming over ethernet.
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