Panasonic S1H review / hands-on - a true 6K full frame cinema camera In: EOSHD Posted January 1 · Report reply 16 hours ago, kye said: I can't speak for Zak, but wide angle lenses have significant stretching on the edges/corners and when combined with IBIS (and potentially other kinds of stabilisation) it gives the edges a strange kind of warping effect, kind of like the jelly effects of rolling-shutter but in a different way. Depending on the motion involved it can look very very strange, and if you're doing pro work then it can absolutely ruin shots. yep, this. On 12/31/2019 at 12:13 PM, mercer said: How does the S1H compare to the FF Z-Cam? They are both fantastic. I love shooting full frame *and* having the option to switch over to a S35 crop anytime i need to. The S1H I reserve for run and gun doc work, behind the scenes on movie sets, travel or anytime I want a light setup. I'm also thinking of selling my EVA1 and buying a second S1H (or S1) for perfectly matching A-Cam / B-Cam interviews. Z-Cam F6 packs in much higher framerates, ProRes, swappable mounts: EF/PL with E and M coming soon, and its anamorphic mode uses the full height of the sensor. I'd choose it over the S1H for narrative shorts/features, or more "produced" doc work. I fully intended to sell one or the other after auditioning both, but I love their individual strengths too much to let either go.