Just last month I went to visit Panasonic UK for a hands-on with the new Panasonic GH5S. My full review is in the pipeline but first an introduction to the new camera on the block...
The GH5S has a newly developed 10.2MP sensor for enhanced low light performance, as well as 240fps 1080p S&Q. Furthermore for the first time since the GH2 this sensor is an over-sized 1.86x crop multi-aspect sensor.
Possible for the first time is 60p at Cinema 4K resolution (4096 x 2160), whereas the G
But, is this the Starvis sensor at all? I don't think so from that Cinema 5D interview there with Yosuke Yamane-san:
I don't understand Japanese but if the subtitles translation is accurate, I'd tend to believe and confirm Panasonic is Sony's competitor instead. And... period. Also Andrew Reid's remarks on eventual BS misinformation spread along the rumors led me to infer it is not actually.