Panasonic S1R & S1 Gallery Images: Updated selection of real-world photos from Austin, Texas
posted Thursday, February 21, 2019 at 8:15 PM EST
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Panasonic S1R Gallery Images (beta) • Panasonic S1 Gallery Images (beta)
While we're here at IRHQ continuing to lab-test the all-new Panasonic S1R and Panasonic S1 full-frame mirrorless cameras, photographer and reviews editor Jeremy Gray spent some hands-on time with both of these new cameras earlier today during a Panasonic-organized press event in Austin, Texas.
We've just published an updated batch of real-world gallery images for the Lumix S1R and Lumix S1, and much like those at the earlier Barcelona launch event, these cameras (and some of the lenses used with them) are still in the pre-production stage, running beta-level firmware. As such, keep in mind that while we're able to publish images, the image quality is not final and might change once full production-level firmware is released.
Sporting the highest-resolution full-frame sensor to-date inside a mirrorless camera, the Panasonic S1R is squarely aimed at photographers looking for the utmost in image quality. Its 47-megapixel sensor offers an impressive resolving power that's ideal for landscape photography, portraiture and other critical subjects where detail is key. On the other hand, the Panasonic S1 offers a more modest 24-megapixel full-frame sensor, yet offers a few more perks for video shooters as well as a wider ISO range than its higher-res, higher-priced sibling. Plus, 24 megapixels isn't anything to scoff at; that's more than enough pixels for some fantastic photographs.
To get a look at what these cameras are capable of capturing out in the real world, check out our updated Panasonic S1R Gallery and Panasonic S1 Gallery. (And if you want to see how they perform in the lab, see our S1R First Shots and S1 First Shots.)