BRAW on the Panasonic S1H // Blackmagic RAW vs ProRes RAW

BRAW on the Panasonic S1H // Blackmagic RAW vs ProRes RAW

Discussing the Blackmagic RAW recording over HDMI from the Panasonic Lumix S1H to the 12G Video Assist recorders and comparing it to ProRes RAW.
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Table of Contents:
0:00​ – Intro & Disclosure
1:34​ – Notes on the S1 vs S1H & Firmware
2:31​ – First Impressions vs ProRes RAW
3:16​ – White Balance Control
3:46​ – Construction Interruption & Sample Footage
5:14​ – Color Shifts & Accuracy 6:03​ – Levels Issue
7:12​ – Video Assist Magenta Cast
7:48​ – Mini Review of the Video Assist 12G
8:56​ – Data Rates & Media
10:08​ – ISO & Exposure Control
12:00​ – Sharpness & Noise
13:19​ – Lens Distortion
14:12​ – Dynamic Range
15:04​ – Highlight Recovery
15:52​ – Different Log Conversions
16:43​ – Editing Performance & Final Thoughts
20:04​ – Notes on 6K vs 4K Modes

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