NA-S1H Housing for Panasonic Lumix DC-S1H

NA-S1H Housing for Panasonic Lumix DC-S1H

3.598,00 EUR

(incl. VAT)

NA-S1H Housing for Panasonic Lumix DC-S1H

 

The Nauticam NA-S1H housing gives the underwater image maker tremendous versatility.  Nauticam's drive for innovation and focus on real-world usability are clearly reflected in the features that are built into the NA-S1H.  

The NA-S1H is designed and built to give both video and still shooters dedicated access to all the controls and features exactly where they need them. 

Be the first to shoot 6K video at 24fps under water with this housing.

 

 

Product no.: 17719
Stock status: Assembled on order and shipped.
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NA-S1H Housing for Panasonic Lumix DC-S1H
The Nauticam NA-S1H housing gives the underwater image maker tremendous versatility.  Nauticam's drive for innovation and focus on real-world usability are clearly reflected in the features that are built into the NA-S1H.  
The NA-S1H is designed and built to give both video and still shooters dedicated access to all the controls and features exactly where they need them. 

Be the first to shoot 6K video at 24fps under water with this housing.

 

The New Panasonic Lumix DC-S1H

Panasonics new line in the  LUMIX S series, the LUMIX S1H, is a new Digital Single Lens Mirrorless camera equipped with a full-frame image sensor.

As the world’s first camera capable of video recording at 6K/24p *1 (3:2 aspect ratio), 5.9K/30p (16:9 aspect ratio), and 10-bit 60p 4K/C4K.*2 *3, it combines the video quality of a professional camera and the high mobility of a mirrorless camera.

The LUMIX S1H will be released to world markets in fall 2019Panasonic has thrown it's hat into the full-frame mirrorless camera ring with the much-anticipated release of the LUMIX S1 and S1 R cameras.  While the S1 and S1R may be physically identical, sharing a DSLR-style body, their capabilities are quite different.  The S1's 24MP CMOS sensor is spec'd to appeal to the videographer while the S1R's 47MP CMOS sensor is clearly aimed at the photographer.  While both can capture stills and 4K video, each one has its strong suit.