So that means that when we hear "Uncompressed 4:2:2," like in the 5200, or "Uncompressed 4:2:0," like for the GH3, there is then a level of compression to get it to this color space. I think I'm following this.
That's just the color information.
And it means we're really not getting Uncompressed, we're not getting all the pixel data, and of course we're not b/c the camera has to downscale the image from the 4k or 5k or whatever size image to HD size, so that's a level of compression.
So does anyone know what other kinds of compression, like to the detail of the image, happens before image usually gets to an HDMI port?
If I'm asking a stupid question that was answered last April/May when the D800 was released, I apoogize and can you point me to that forum page so I can read up.