It’s no secret that one of my biggest disappointments with Sony choosing to go with ProRes RAW for the a7s III was that critical information stored in the metadata was inaccessible in Final Cut Pro, meaning that it did not have the true flexility of RAW. All that’s changed now, with Apple announcing the ability to adjust ISO, color temperature, and exposure in version 10.4.9 of Final Cut Pro. Now that that’s out of the way, there’s still hoping that one day, we’ll be able to edit ProRes RAW in DaVinci Resolve! Meanwhile, Atomos is on track to issue a firmware update to the Ninja V next month enabling ProRes RAW in the mighty a7s III.
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