Panasonic Brings Apple ProRes RAW to its LUMIX S1H Camera

Panasonic Brings Apple ProRes RAW to its LUMIX S1H Camera

Included next month in firmware version 2.0, Panasonic will add Apple’s ProRes RAW support for its LUMIX S1H mirrorless camera.

Lumix S1H with ProRes RAW

The update supports ProRes RAW 5.9K 12-bit video output via HDMI. However, there is only one recorder that supports this, namely the Atomos Ninja V 4K HDR monitor recorder. Panasonic says the firmware will be released on May 25, 2020 and can be found on the LUMIX Worldwide customer support website.

Launched in 2018, ProRes RAW is a video codec that combines ProRes’ lossy format with RAW’s lossless format. This gives videographers more control over highlights and shadows, as the RAW format captures every detail that comes out of the camera. In March, Apple also announced a beta version of ProRes RAW for Windows.

Read further

[Apple Releases ProRes RAW Beta for Windows]

[Apple Announces ProRes RAW Video Format, Adds Close Captioning to Final Cut Pro X]

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