Panasonic not too long ago launched the GH6 with inside ProRes recording and different good professional options, however one factor lacking was any RAW video recording. Nevertheless, its subsequent firmware model 2.0 improve approaching July fifth will handle that with exterior ProRes RAW output, the corporate announced. You’ll document 12-bit 5.7K RAW video at as much as 60 fps and C4K (4,096 x 2,160) at a formidable 120 fps to Atomos Ninja V/V+ recorders.
It will additionally assist RAW 5.8K and 4.4K 4:3 anamorphic resolutions at as much as 30 fps and 60 fps, respectively. If you happen to’re recording V-Log video, you’ll obtain a lookup desk to put in on the Ninja V/V+ to higher preview footage.
All of that’s enabled by the GH6’s HDMI 2.1 port that helps larger resolutions and body charges than earlier fashions. Atomos has additionally steadily updated the Ninja V to assist larger resolutions and speeds, whereas the Ninja V+ supported as much as 8K ProRes RAW from launch.
Together with the ProRes RAW exterior recording, the replace will introduce a raft of recent inside recording codecs. Proper now the GH6 can solely document 5.7K 30p ProRes/ProRes HQ video, however the improve will permit for C4K and Full HD ProRes and ProRes HQ video at as much as 60 fps. As earlier than, all ProRes video should be recorded to the CFexpress card slot. There is not any signal of UHD ProRes inside recording (3,840 x 2,160), so hopefully that’ll come at a later time.
With CFexpress, Panasonic may need been capable of assist RAW video recording internally. Nevertheless, it might have been dissuaded by RED’s patent on the expertise — RED recently sued Nikon over its use of inside RAW recording on the Z9, for instance. Atomos, nevertheless, has already partnered with RED to license it is expertise.
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