Here is the link to a RAW video file shot with the EOS-M:
This is a link to the video file from a shot of the same scene using AVC (108030p), average bitrate 42 Mbps:
This latter tells you what the "developed" RAW video file should look like, except it will be in widescreen 2:35.
The AVC video file is 67 MB. The RAW file is almost 1 GB.
Have fun! I would be really interested in seeing what this RAW video looks like. The original scene is very high contrast, with details and lots of color, so wide dynamic range is needed.
Note: the only setting that matters for RAW is exposure, besides shutter speed and frame rate, - how much light the sensors get. White balance is set in the editor.
If "thedest" actually makes a video from this, maybe I can shoot something more interesting and we can make a video from RAW that will be the envy of all those who wasted good money on expensive DSLRs (surely we can do better than that dog, leaf and statue video made from 2-second clips linked above)...
The Bills can direct (after swapping pilot stories) + others, I'll shoot, and thedest can edit and choose the "look". Say, a 2-minute widescreen movie event.Edited by markr041 - 8/7/13 at 3:12pm