FilmConvert announces camera profile for the Panasonic Lumix GH5s

The Panasonic Lumix GH5s is not available yet, but FilmConvert already has a profile for the camera, so you can use it as soon as the camera is launched.

FilmConvert announces camera profile for the Panasonic Lumix GH5s

FilmConvert starts 2018 with a new camera profile, and it’s for the Lumix GH5s, Panasonic’s camera for videographers.

The most recent profiles launched by FilmConvert were for DJI X5R and RED Weapon, at the end of 2017. Now the company is offering the first camera profile for the Panasonic GH5s, ready for potential owners of the camera to download and prepare for when the camera launches.

The Panasonic Lumix GH5s is not available yet, but FilmConvert manage to get a pre-release version of the camera, through Panasonic New Zealand, and got to work on a profile for the mirrorless Micro Four Thirds system. Announcing the profile, the people at FilmConvert wrote this: “If you’re a fan of the GH5 (as we are!), you’ll know what the GH5s offers – dual-ISO for high-performance low-light shooting, similar to dual-ISO on the Varicam range.”

According to FilmConvert’s camera and color engineer, “the only thing missing from the GH5 is now on the GH5S. Happy Days!”. The profile now announced for the Panasonic Lumix GH5s can be downloaded directly from FilmConvert’s website, following the link.

FilmConvert is committed to supporting the largest range of industry-leading cameras in its software, and will continue to support new cameras and firmware as they come out. The company is always interested into receiving feedback from users, to know which cameras are important and integral to their workflow, and is happy to receive requests for camera profiles that are not yet on the growing collection now available.

With a wide range of popular cameras “profiled”, FilmConvert continues continue to work directly with camera companies to bring users the latest profiles. The company believes that Filmmaking should be enhanced by technology, leaving no limitations, so they are “giving the power back to the filmmaker by providing software that delivers beautiful colors, leaving you to create beautiful stories.”


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Journalist, writer and photographer since 1979, both print and online, with a vast experience in the fields of photography, software, hardware, web, aviation, History, video games, technology, having published content in almost all Portuguese newspapers and magazines between 1979 and 2009.

Responsible, in that period, for the launch or edition of multiple magazines in Portugal, covering Photography, Video, Computer Games, Aviation, Nature & Wildlife, he is also the author of four printed books, three guides about Photography and one about Virtual Worlds, and a series of eBooks about Photography.

As a technical translator, worked with Kodak (Portugal), back in the eighties and nineties, for whom he created a professional newsletter. Worked also as a translator for different companies, in the areas of video games and photography.

Internationally, past and present clients on the editorial side include Neowin, WorldStart, Pixiq, Manfrotto School of Xcellence, Photo Tuts+, Pro Photo Coalition, Pro Video Coalition and UAV News. As a translator, Kodak and Canon are companies he has worked with. Works now for a specific client in the area of photography, translating and revising technical texts, from English and Spanish to Portuguese.

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