The Panasonic Lumix DC-S5, it is one of the smaller, more affordable version of the Panasonic original, mid-range and full-frame mirrorless camera, the panasonic Lumix DC-S1. As a model, the DC-to-the S5 is equipped with a 24.2-megapixel sensor and in-body stabilization with 5-axis compensation.
Sensor-shift work in conjunction with lens-based stabilization of a properly fitted, the Lumix S series lenses, with up to 6.5 stops of shake reduction. It is a high-resolution, multi-shot mode with the help of family system, which is a combination of eight photos of the 96-MP images.
However, even though it is significantly smaller than that of the original DC-S1 Panasonic has brought back some of the features and specifications of the DC-S5, and more efficient. Instead of 5.76 m-dot electronic VIEWFINDER and the S1 is, for example, has a lower-resolution 2.36 m-dot OLED viewfinder.
It has a 3.0-inch, 1.84 (m-dot, fully-rotatable touch screen on the back, instead of in the larger 3.2-inch, 2.1 m-dot LCD monitor, and DC-S1). The S5 is also falling for the XQD/CFexpress (Type B), card size, and two SD card slots, but only one of them is a UHS-II-compatible for now.
In the video for, it might come as a surprise to see that the panasonic Lumix dmc-S5, with a lot of credibility to the specifications, including a full-frame 10-bit 4K 30p and up to 4K 60p video with an APS-C crop. The Panasonic also has an improved autofocus precision for the body, face and eye detection in video.
The Panasonic Lumix DC-S5 has a mini-HDMI port and a USB-C external battery pack, and free Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, for wireless remote control of the camera and sharing photos.
24.2 MP BSI CMOS full-frame sensor
The 5-axis IBIS, and up to 6.5 stops with Panasonic OIS lenses
Contrast-detect 225-the-point DFD AF system, in order to track the object, and face recognition
Native ISO 100-51,200, with the addition of up to ISO 50 to 204,800
7 fps in AF-S, 5 fps in AF-C mode
2.36 m-dot OLED viewfinder
The 3.0-inch, 1.84 (m-dot, fully-rotatable touch screen
4K UHD 30p or even up to 4K 60p, on an APS-C sized crop
Free Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless connectivity
Dual card slots: SD (UHS-II ), and SD (UHS-I)
Featuring a 24.2 MP full-frame BSI CMOS sensor and the Panasonic Lumix DC-S5-scores are very high, in order to achieve a DXOMARK score of 94. The sensor output is set to a level that is comparable to that of the Panasonic Lumix DC-S1 Nikon Z 6 is II, and the Sony, A7C, and the A7 III are mirrorless models.
DC-S5’s sensor, has been a very, very good, and with a maximum depth of 25 pieces for the base and has a great dynamic range, that is, at ISO 100), with a peak of 14.5 EV, which is very similar to that of the embodiment of the 24 MP BSI CMOS sensor is featured on the Sony A7 III.
However, it does not compare so well in low light, with ISO-category, which we will be measured with a sensitivity of ISO 2697. Please note that this is a calculated value, derived from the lowest level to the threshold of not less than 9 stops (9 EV), dynamic range, and an 18-bit-color depth, with an SNR of 30 dB.
In this comparison we will be looking at the DC in terminal (S5) ‘ s sibling, the Panasonic Lumix DC-S1), which we believe has the same sensor as well as the DC-S5). We are also going to compare it to the high-end offering, the Sony A9 II.
Since this is a Sony model requires a 24 MP CMOS sensor, which is also THE type, such as those found in the S5 state, is a state-of-the-art, “current”, is a model with a built-in memory. Even though this is kind of a very, very good performance across the board, there are a number of aspects of the design, which has a significant impact on the production increase, especially at low Iso values.
Portrait (color depth)
The Panasonic Lumix DC-S5, performs well, when it comes to the color depth of the action, will at all ISO settings and have a very strong will and a maximum of 25.1 pieces with an extended ISO of 50 and a base ISO of 100 institutions in the sensitivity of the ISO is in the 70’s.
As for the panasonic Lumix DC-S1 are the most likely to be of the same type of sensor, it is not surprising to see it run it just like in the S5 state. However, whereas the panasonic Lumix DC-S5, it only slightly behind the DC-S1, an average of 0.2-0.3-bits of the lower, between the station and the DC-S1 has a few of the a +0.3 EV advantage of the sensitivity of each of the ISO setting is in the range of ISO 200 hours.
Sony A9 II is acting as the DC-S1 in terms of better sensitivity range up to ISO 800, with the +0.3 EV improvement over the DC-to-be-S5 state is similar to the color of the deep. On top of that, even though the A9 has a low color-depth than that of the DC-S5).
Landscape (dynamic range)
If the color depth of the reaction, and the Panasonic Lumix DC-S5), which is also functioning very well at high Iso’s, and in particular at the base, where it has a very wide dynamic range (DR) of each of the 14+ stops (14.45 (EV).
The DC-to-the S5 also has a very good response over the entire range, with a more pronounced increase in the DR can be established between ISO 400 and ISO 800 is shown in the color sensitivity of the results.
At this point, the decline in the DR have been revealed, with a 0.5 EV to increase the ISO to 400 and 13+ stops at ISO 800. The dynamic range is reduced by a relatively large, the one-stop (1 EV) is the loss, at ISO 1600, but in the DR is around 0.75 EV for each and every one of the a one-stop increase in ISO.
For the most part, the DC-S5), and the DC-S1 have almost the same range for each ISO setting, in-stock items, and having the same gain as seen at ISO 800. However, the DC-S1 are pretty much the same, +0.3 EV advantage of the sensitivity of each of the ISO-setting the color depth of the response, which indicates that the DC-S5 has a slightly higher sound level.
In comparison, the Sony A9 II is the dynamic range of the Panasonic Lumix DC-S5, it is about half the size of a plug-in (+0.5 EV) is much broader, however, the DC-S1 and, this is more or less compensated for by the ‘Sony’ s +0.3 EV advantage in sensitivity.
Sports (low-light ISO)
When comparing the noise levels between the camera and with the help of the information below into an 18% gray patch that up as an example, the Panasonic Lumix DC-S5, it has nearly the same SNR, the panasonic Lumix DC-S1 on the basis of the ISO. However, the SNR is slightly lower than that of the DC-S1 in the full range of ISO settings, and in the back, approximately one-third of a stop (0.3 EV) in the level of sensitivity.
On A9 II, the SNR of the DC-S5, has been shown to be higher for low and similar in each of the ISO, after that, up to 51,200 ISO, which Sony is looking for a jump.