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The Panasonic Lumix GH5S has been tested by Colour Science Expert Alan Roberts according the European Broadcasting Union R.118 guidelines and, as a result, it is effectively approved for Broadcast use in HD and for second camera use in UHD productions. For acceptance in the EBU Tiering system, the camera should be used with the optional DMW-XLR1 sound module to allow for XLR audio connections. These camera tests produced a great result for the Lumix low-light champion, and also revealed some unexpected findings. The full report can be read on the European Broadcast Union’s website, and will also be hosted by the Guild of Camera Professionals.
GH5 - Behind the Headlines The blogosphere is awash with the GH5’s headline features: 4K at 50p, 4K 4:2:2 internal recording, in-body stabilization etc. These were all on my wish list when I met with Panasonic engineers a couple of years ago, but I’m amazed that they’ve been able to deliver on every front. Hidden away in behind the new headline grabbing features are a couple of things that you might be forgiven for missing. But believe me, these are just as ground-breaking as 10-bit capture to dual SD cards.