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    Panasonic GH5s looks to be a bit faster read out than GH5 : http://www.photobyrichard.com/review...x-gh5s-review/
    https://youtu.be/uA6oyCKUK1E


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    That looks really impressive. Without doing any measurements, I'd guess 10ms or so. Eagerly awaiting a controlled test clip.


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    Here's a head to head GH5 vs GH5s for rolling shutter. Definably not controlled, but noticably less.
    https://youtu.be/ql8szWeElXQ
    Last edited by bdemenil; 01-23-2018 at 01:02 PM. Reason: Added link


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    This is my mind makes the GH5s a better camera than the A7s ii - which has poor rolling shutter performance


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    In prep for an upcoming VFX job I did a series of rolling shutter measurements today with my new GH5s... here are the results:

    C4K 29.97 11.3msec
    C4K 23.98 11.3msec

    UHD 59.94 12.0msec
    UHD 29.97 11.8msec
    UHD 23.98 11.9msec

    FHD 29.97 11.5msec

    I use the rolling shutter analysis process in the motion tracking software, Syntheyes, which does a 66 pass iterative measurement method;

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LgWscUOse_c

    I suspect all the UHD times are actually the same, but I haven't had the chance to run multiple video clips to take an average. Of course there are a few things I didn't get a chance to test; only the flavors that I might have to shoot.

    Interestingly C4K is the fastest so far... perhaps because it requires the least amount of processing from the sensor? Anyway, an improvement over the GH5, and impressive for UHD/C4K!

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    Thanks! I added the numbers to the table. They look great!


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