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Header image for article At the Bench: Sony FS700 & HXR-IFR5 RAW Recording

At the Bench: Sony FS700 & HXR-IFR5 RAW Recording

Sony stopped by recently to show us the FS700 with the RAW output option enabled. This upgrade has to be done at Sony for a cost of $400. However, if you buy their HXR-IFR5 and R5 recorder the fee is waived.

The cost is well worth it though, as the upgrade also enables not only RAW, but S-Log2 and Rec709 (800%) gamma modes in the camera. In the video above, I give a quick demo of how to enable RAW output on the camera, how to enable slow motion in 2K and 4K, and how to enable the S-Log2 gamma mode.

If you'd like to learn more about the Sony FS700, make sure to check out our full-day FS100/FS700 workshop coming up next month!

Andy Shipsides
Chief Technology Officer / Camera Tech Specialist, AbelCine LA

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