Atomos and Panasonic announce RAW video output - just one day after Nikon

Atomos and Panasonic announce RAW video output - just one day after Nikon
(Image credit: Panasonic)

On August 27, Nikon announced that it was bringing officially supported RAW video output to the Z6 and Z7, making them the first consumer cameras to have this revolutionary feature. Then, just over 24 hours later, Atomos sent out a brief press release to announce that it was co-developing RAW output for the Lumix S1H with Panasonic

Jeromy Young, Atomos CEO, says, "We are very proud of continuing to develop new ground-breaking technology with a company of the caliber of Panasonic. We are both highly committed to the democratization of filmmaking for creators, and the ability to transmit RAW over HDMI from the S1H to a Ninja V is a major leap forward in this endeavor."

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