Raw video output is supposed to give you the most latitude when it comes to changing the "look" of your footage in post, but Alister Chapman explains why different raw cameras will still give you different outcomes. He writes, "With traditional video cameras a lot of the 'look' is created by the cameras color matrix, gamma curves and other internal processing, but a raw camera bypasses all of this outputting the raw sensor data. With an almost infinite amount of adjustment available in post production why is it that not all raw cameras are created equal? For a start there are differences in sensor sensitivity and noise."
Read his full post here.