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Panasonic LUMIX S5 II Mirrorless Digital Camera Bundles: Body + S 50mm f/1.8 Lens

$1748
$2,450.00
& More + Free S&H
+24 Deal Score
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Amazon has select Panasonic LUMIX S5 II Mirrorless Digital Camera + Lens Combos on sale listed below. Shipping is free.

Thanks to Community Member hustoncontrol for finding this deal.

Available:BH Photo Video has select Panasonic LUMIX S5 II Mirrorless Digital Camera + Lens Combos on sale when you follow the deal instructions below. Shipping is free.

Available:Features include:
  • New engine, powerful sensor, updated stabilization system and new phase hybrid auto-focus
  • 24.2-megapixel 35mm full-frame CMOS sensor, 96MP (JPEG, RAW), Dual Native ISO (AUTO, LOW, HIGH), 5-axis,5-stop + Active I.S. 6.5-stop
  • Phase Hybrid AF, 779-point EV -6 - 18
  • Flexible Framing - Full sensor area recording to support all aspect ratios
  • Video Performance with Cinema Quality – 4K 60p, 10-bit recording/output, 14+ stop V-Log/V-Gamut capture, REAL TIME LUT function for in-camera photo and video color grading with LUT 6K 30p Open Gate unlimited recording
  • Works with all L-mount full-frame digital cameras: L-Mount compatibility makes it an essential, hard-working lens across the LUMIX S series, and beyond

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  • About this deal:
    • This offer (w/ S 50mm f/1.8 Lens) is $98 less than the previous Frontpage Deal where this bundle was featured
  • About this product:
    • 4.8 out of 5 stars rating at Amazon based on over 100 customer reviews
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    • Please refer to the Forum Thread for additional discussion regarding this deal.

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$100 less than previous front page deal

Amazon is a licensed Panasonic dealer.
Multiple body & lens combinations on sale.

BODY ONLY = $1698

BODY PLUS:
- Kit 20-60mm lens = $1998
- 35mm f1.8 = $1998
- 50mm f1.8 = $1748
- 85mm f1.8 = $1898
- 70-300 f4.5-5.6 = $2398


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This is a class leading camera that goes head to head with the Canon R6ii and Sony A7IV. The advantage Canon has is no crop 4K/60. The panasonic has industry leading image stabilization, real time lut, and a high resolution photo mode as standout features, along with a built in fan which means no overheating in any mode, and costs quite a bit less. The Canon R6ii is on "sale" for $2300 with no lens.

The big improvement to the S5ii was much better auto-focus than it's predecessor. This is tempting, but I'd rather have the 20-60 kit lens for this price because of the 4K/60 crop. Either way, a great price for an amazing amount of value.

The Panasonic S5 and S5ii are among the best value mid range full frame cameras out there. Given the choice between the original S5 and Canon R8 it comes down to autofocus (R8 has excellent autofocus, S5 is lackluster) , battery life (R8 has a small battery), lack of image stabilization (R8 has no IBIS, which means canon IS lenses are required), and overheating (The R8 will overheat, the S5 generally does not.)

This guy's a little loony, but you'll enjoy his video...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4gUOuskxHw

They've improved the edge wobble in his video with firmware since he made it in the Panasonic. Class leading image stabilization. They also in a recent firmware update made it so you can use high resolution photo mode in the S5ii without a tripod.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ADD-LDsX6w

The S5II allows you to use EF gl