April 25, 2012, 07:57 AM
My opinion is that while 8 bit, 422 can be used for S-Log, it is not something I would recommend. I'd rather use a cinegamma with 8 bit recording. 10 bit 422 S-log is another matter altogether, this is well worth using and works very well indeed. It's not so much whether you use 444, 422 or maybe even 420, but the number of bits that you use to record your output.
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