The Panasonic BS1H is a compact box-shaped modular video camera built around the same components as the S1H full-frame mirrorless camera. As such it offers open-gate 6K capture, 5.9K 16:9 capture, anamorphic support, and Raw output to Atomos or Blackmagic recorders.
Like the existing Micro Four Thirds BGH1 model, the camera has no screens and relies on the use of HDMI, SDI, Ethernet or Wi-Fi communication for monitoring.
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