Panasonic S1 vs S5 – The 10 Main Differences

After launching its first full-frame mirrorless cameras in early 2019, the S1 and S1R, and later on the video-oriented S1H, Panasonic has unveiled the fourth model in the series, the S5.

This new camera is smaller and similar to the S1 in terms of its specs but it also inherits powerful video capabilities from the S1H. It is the least expensive S model to date (although don’t expect a cheap price). Let’s see how it compares to the Lumix S1.

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Sony A7S III vs A7 III – The 10 Main Differences

The Sony A7S III is the long-awaited successor to the popular A7S II, a camera that proved to be a great companion for video and low light shooting. The new model introduces a lot of improvements, making it one of the most compelling mirrorless cameras for video on the market.

The A7 III is one of the most popular Sony cameras to date and for good reason. Although the user target is different, you may wonder how these two full frame models compare. Let’s have a look at them now!

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Sony A7S II vs A7S III – The 10 Main Differences

The original A7S was an important camera for the mirrorless market because it marked a new evolution of affordable video-oriented products with superb sensitivity, allowing filmmakers to work in all sorts of low light conditions. Indeed it’s no surprise that the camera and its successor the A7S II have been used for professional productions such as, for example, wildlife documentaries by the BBC.

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