GH5 10-bit 4:2:2 internal? In: Cameras Posted September 1, 2016 On 8/30/2016 at 11:10 PM, IronFilm said: X-T2.... so $1.6K? That is barely more than what a GH4 has been recently. If they go nuts and give us 4K 60p 10bit 422 internal then I don't think a full two thousand dollars is at all unreasonable. The Nikon D500 is a crop sensor camera and goes for the same price. Will still be heaps and heaps cheaper than any comparable Sony or Canon or BMD competitor. That may make sense if most units are moved because of video. The Nikon D500 is a sports DSLR. Its special features are fast autofocus, 10 fps, and native support the the Nikon trove of lenses. It's a beast when it comes to stills. No M43 camera can match it. So if you are selling a M43 camera for the same price it is all about the video. The debate is how many units can you shift at $2,000 based solely on video? Stills shooters are not going to buy that thing at that price. And the stills market is way bigger than the video market. Also the average video shooter is not going to mess with vlog and 10 bit 4:2:2. Honestly if Canon made a camera with C100 1080p 24p level of image quality in an APS-C body I would get that assuming the price was reasonable (ie $1,200). I would like to get an image out of a camera that is pretty much 80% or more there. The BMPCC's image is very gradable but I don't like having to grade everything. And I don't necessarily want to pay the money and deal with 4k bloat. But of course I won't turn my nose up at a Panasonic GH5 for $1,500 assuming it arrives with all the rumored features intact. Just fooling around with raw and 10 bit prores 4:2:2 I can't imagine mainstream people ever wanting to deal with that. I have such a backlog of videos that need to be color corrected, graded and edited. I just don't have the time and I need to upgrade my graphics card... and my monitor setup.