All onboard workflow
All onboard workflow
Easy color grading with REAL TIME LUT
Until now, LUMIX enabled users to check their look on the monitor in real time. With the LUMIX S5IIX, users can also record LUT applied photos and videos onboard the camera using .VLT or .CUBE. file formats. Even if you aren’t familiar with dedicated editing software, you can expand your range of expression as much as you want with your new LUMIX camera alone.
Real-time pan, tilt and zoom
Live cropping creates pan, tilt, zoom in, and zoom out effects in real time, enabling advanced video production onboard the camera with no need for specialized shooting or editing skills. The LUMIX S5IIX also supports cropping from 5.9K to 4K.
Sheer overlay (photo and video)
Enjoy easy tracing of photos and videos. For example, in product photography, you may want to shoot different variations of the same angle and size. Or you may want to start the next shot from the same position as the shot you just took. To make that easier, you can now display any image as a transparency.*
*Limited to photos and videos taken with LUMIX S5IIX.
Time lapse video with 4K 60p/50p
The LUMIX S5IIX supports interval capture to create time lapse video in the camera body itself and is also capable of 4K 60p/50p. Still photos can also be shot with V Log or Like709 for outstanding handling in post production. Exposure smoothing takes place during processing, resulting in beautiful time lapse videos with smooth exposure changes.
Color shading compensation function
With a mount adapter, use your classic lenses. The LUMIX S5IIX is equipped with a new shading compensation function that can automatically or optionally correct the bluish/reddish coloration on the periphery that may occur when older lenses are mounted.
Lock in auto white balance to optimize efficiency in situations where the light source is variable indoors due to a mixture of artificial and natural light, or in other situations where manual settings based on color temperature would have been required.
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