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Panasonic full-frame mirrorless camera S1R hard core disassembly

2023-02-06 19:54:57 [Photography art]
Panasonic full-frame mirrorless camera S1R hard core disassembly

In 2019, Panasonic officially launched two full-frame sensor mirrorless cameras with 47 million effective pixels, the LUMIX S1/S1R, both of which use the L-mount. Compared with the Nikon Z7 and Sony A7R3, the Panasonic S1R looks very "sturdy". It is said that one of the design priorities of the S1 series is video heat dissipation (there are several special heat dissipation aluminum plates inside the fuselage), and it will be disassembled in a while. Check out its cooling "secret". The viewfinder of the Panasonic S1R has 5.76 million pixels, which is 1.6 times the 3.69 million dots (pixels) of the Nikon Z7 and Sony A7R3. The display refresh rate is the same as that of the A7R3, reaching 120fps. First of all, looking at the appearance of the S1R, it can be found that the port of the fuselage and the port of the battery compartment have rubber seals, so you can rest assured even in harsh environments. First, unscrew the screws around the side port, the bottom of the camera, and the viewfinder. Peel off the rubber cover at the port. Then you can take off the back cover. Then, the card reader continues to screw the screw on the right side of the motherboard, use tweezers to cut off the connecting wire, and take out the motherboard (detailed picture of the motherboard before and after) Below the motherboard is a large heat dissipation cover with several heat dissipation pads scattered on it, while the upper part of the motherboard It does not cover the heat dissipation material, indicating that the S1R does a good job in heat dissipation, making the best use of it, and there is no redundant structure accumulation. After removing the heat dissipation cover, we came to the core part of the camera - the sensor. With the help of in-body image stabilization (IBIS), the entire sensor assembly looks very large, but its performance will also be stronger. According to the CIPA stability performance rating, the Panasonic S1R is rated 6, and the Nikon Z7 is rated 5. The Sony A7R III is a 5.5 rating. Last year, DxOMark updated its list of the top ten cameras with the best sensors on the market. Among them, the Panasonic S1R, Sony A7R III and Nikon Z7 all made the list, with the Nikon Z7 slightly behind the first two cameras with 99 points. Many friends said that watching the disassembly is very cool, but they want to watch the reinstallation more, which is unfortunate. We also published a video "How to reinstall the disassembled S1" before! In addition, if you are interested in the performance comparison between the Panasonic S1R and the Z7 and A7R III of friends, we have also published a specific horizontal evaluation and comparison. Interested friends can go to the WX official account to search for keywords. As Panasonic's first full-frame mirrorless camera, the S1R's image capture capability and 4K 60p video capture performance are all very online, but the volume is indeed a bit picky~ Picture and text Source: KV

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