An In-Depth Guide for Shooting Raw Footage

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Peter Haas of RedShark News provides a handy guide for how to handle a raw workflow, and what might be an appropriate time to avoide shooting raw altogether.

He writes, "Shooting raw video seems to be a very loud and persistent buzz from the filmmaking and shooter forums these days, especially so since Magic Lantern announced they had successfully hacked Canon DSLRs to shoot 24 frames per second (fps) in the raw image format.  While there is a lot of information out there about technical side (what memory cards to use, how to install the firmware, etc.) there is another whole side to adopting raw image formats because this migration is going to completely change how you shoot."

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