Sketchy Rollout of BRAW

While the future of ProRes RAW looks perfectly secure, regrettably, the same cannot be said for Blackmagic RAW. Concerning which, in his review of the Sigma fp L, Gerald Undone reports that the "4K image recorded over HDMI RAW is a soft, artifacty, aliased mess, and doesn't look anywhere near as good as the CinemaDNG... Continue Reading →

A Reminder: Avoid Log

For HDR projects, steer clear of recording XAVC S-I 4:2:2 internal if at all possible. Art Adams explains: "The Y’CbCr encoding model is popular because it conceals subsampling artifacts vastly better than does RGB encoding. Sadly, while Y’CbCr works well in Rec 709, it doesn’t work very well for HDR. Because the Y’CbCr values are created... Continue Reading →

BRAW vs ProRes RAW

Sherif Mokbel compares Lumix S1H Blackmagic RAW to Apple’s ProRes RAW, with results that may surprise you! Incidentally, Atomos just released a firmware update for the Ninja V enabling white balance and ISO/exposure offset adjustments in Final Cut Pro for the a7s III. The Ninja V currently brings ProRes RAW to over thirty different cameras.... Continue Reading →

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