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    Surely they don't, but is that a good thing or a bad thing? I'm all for thinking outside of the box, it's one of the reasons I have a BM camera. However, camera design didn't evolve in a vacuum, nor is about one manufacturer copying another. Their 2 best cameras; the Pocket a compact mirrorless DSLR design, and the UMPro an ENG camcorder. There are times to follow convention and times to break with it, I don't think camera design is one of those times.
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    Highly anticipating this. It'll be interesting to see how it performs!
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    I hope so.

    But this is a new version of RAW, Canon care calling it RAW lite ? It's not the same RAW as on their other cameras.

    Again, knowing the history of the way Canon prefer to segment their markets by limiting features in cameras to protect the other cameras and the fact that Canon say you have to transcode through a stand alone application makes me wonder if it's too good to be true.

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    John, can you decipher anything from Canon stating Cinema Raw Light will be at 1 Gbps in both 10bit and 12 bit? From what I could find on the internet Ursa 4.6k raw in 4:1 is about 13 5MB/s, 1 Gbps is 125 MB/s so it looks like it could be mostly equal to BM 4:1 Raw.
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    C300 II just dropped to 10k. Still love the ursa mini pro internal recording more.
    http://www.newsshooter.com/2017/07/0...op-now-10k-us/
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    Quote Originally Posted by ranger9913 View Post
    John, can you decipher anything from Canon stating Cinema Raw Light will be at 1 Gbps in both 10bit and 12 bit? From what I could find on the internet Ursa 4.6k raw in 4:1 is about 13 5MB/s, 1 Gbps is 125 MB/s so it looks like it could be mostly equal to BM 4:1 Raw.
    Well, we don't know until they say. I haven't really been paying attention but if that's the data rate it's a good sign it's decent. But if they choose a less efficient codec it could be "only" 10 bit too. You can't really tell without all the information. What bit depth, what kind of compression scheme.

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