UncleBobsPhotography Posted April 9, 2021 Share Posted April 9, 2021 I really don't understand how RAW CLOG works, especially when the press release includes this line: Quote Canon Log and Log 3 always transform EOS R5 video files to 10-bit, 4:2:2 recording How is it possible to record RAW in 4:2:2? As far as I knew 4:2:2 was only used for debayered RGB. I guess it's possible to use it for bayered pixels as well? At first I thought it would revert to h265 when choosing RAW and clog at the same time, but then I saw the video linked below where they are talking extensively about RAW CLOG. So what is the difference between RAW and RAW CLOG? I assume RAW is 12 bit "4:4:4". Is RAW CLOG 10 bit 4:2:2? In that case I would think the bit rate would be reduced since the bit depth and chrome subsampling is smaller, but the camera reports the same runtime with CLOG enabled and disabled. I am confused. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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