Panasonic S1R sensor review published by DxOMark. According to the test results Panasonic S1R full frame mirrorless camera achieved an overall score of 100 points. This is the highest score and the sensor on S1R becomes one of the best full frame image sensor.
The S1R features an in-body, 5-axis, stabilized 47.3MP CMOS sensor that works in conjunction with the company’s optically-stabilized lenses to provide up to 6 stops of correction. The DxOMark score of 100 points is the same as Nikon D850 and Sony a7R III.
Panasonic S1R use the L-mount standard, introduced first by Leica and now developed in collaboration with Panasonic and Sigma.
- Panasonic Lumix DC-S1R: $3,697.99 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama
- Panasonic Lumix DC-S1R with 24-105mm Lens: $4,597.99 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama
Conclusions from DxOMark:
Panasonic has chosen a new high-resolution 47.3MP CMOS sensor for the Lumix DC-S1R—one that challenges the class-leading sensors in the Sony A7R III and the Nikon Z 7. Intriguingly, it combines attributes of both of its rivals (with some nuances) and achieves near-identical performance results overall.
With its combination of high pixel count, low noise, and exceptional color sensitivity, the Lumix DC-S1R is likely to appeal to the most demanding studio photographers. And when conditions require it, its excellent dynamic range means the S1R should be a viable candidate for interior, wedding, and landscape photographers. Finally, its competitive price will also strongly appeal to keen amateurs who are looking for a solid all-rounder.
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