Panasonic Lumix S5 II/x officially announced with new phase-detect autofocus system (and a new Lumix S Series 14-28mm f/4-5.6 ASPH lens)

The previously rumored (first reported here in early November) Panasonic Lumix S5 II/x cameras with a new phase-detect autofocus system and Lumix S Series 14-28mm f/4-5.6 ASPH lens are now officially announced:

  • Pre-orders: Adorama | Amazon | B&H PhotoCalumet | Erhardt | Koch | WEX
  • Hands-on reports at 42 West and Explora
  • Product page
  • Key features of the Lumix S5II and S5IIx cameras:
    • 24.2MP image sensor
    • Fast, accurate, phase hybrid autofocus
    • 6.5-stop in-camera image stabilization
    • 14+ stop V-Log/V-Gamut video
    • 30fps RAW burst shooting
    • Real-time LUT in-camera for video and photo color grading
    • Double SD card slot
    • Unlimited 4K 60p recording
    • Joystick with 8 directions
    • Well-thought-out menu design
    • Wireless/Wired IP Streaming (S5IIX only)
    • High-bitrate video (S5IIX only)
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