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Optimized video settings for Sony A7R2

Some time ago I started using the Sony A7R2 mirrorless camera for my video productions. It’s an incredible camera with specs like 42,4 megapixel, 4K video recording in XAVC codec, Slog2, internal image stabilizer and a usable autofocus.

Out of the box with factory settings this camera already produces great results. But it can be improved. Both the image settings and a few button lay out customizations are needed to push the quality of your video in the right direction.

So, first thing on my to-do list when I received the A7Rii (or A7R2 or A7Rmark2 or A7Rm2...) was figuring out the best and optimised video settings to achieve great results with this smart little camera. In this post I love to share my findings with you.

August 17th 2015: this post will most probably be updated in a few weeks time when I tweak the settings a little.
October 16th 2015: a few additions and tweaks as promised, updated the list of great lenses to go with this cam.
November 9th 2015: updated the Cinegamma information.
December 29th 2015: firmware information.

February 11th 2017: updated Picture Profile info

Questions? Feel free to post a comment at the bottom of this page!

So, before I start, I assume you have read the manual? And have a good understanding on how to operate the A7R2 camera? yes? Ok, there we go:


Update the camera. Firmware updates are free and stable. Current (February 2017) is version 3.30.

Mode dial

Set the mode dial to video when you start shooting. It prevents making pictures by mistake.

Crop sensor or not?

The A7R2 can record in both full frame and APS-C (or S35) crop mode. There is a difference.

The S35 crop mode has a couple of advantages:

  • it gives a sharper video
  • reduced moire
  • higher ISO settings are usable without too much grain
  • full-pixel readout

The disadvantage of using the S35 mode:

  • rolling shutter is more visible

I advise to use the S35 mode in general. Except situations with a lot of movement in your frame (sports, fast moving objects, car chases etc.) or when you really need the wide image of the full frame.

You can easily set the camera to "automatically" use S35 during filming and full frame during picture taking. 

Found in Custom Settings Menu, Tab 6
APS-C/Super 35mm: Auto

File Format

Found in Camera Settings Menu, Tab 2

File Format: XAVC S 4K or HD
Record Setting: 25p (for PAL region)

Both HD and 4K look great. Use 4K if you want to crop and downsize in editing. HD gives smaller files.

Custom key settings

How I set up my custom key settings. This is to make things a little easier to operate. Some settings are only used for photography obviously, but I list them all, just to be complete.

Found in Custom Settings Menu, Tab 7

Control Wheel: ISO (inportant one!! let's you change the ISO very fast with the control wheel)
Custom Button 1: MOVIE (this is the record button, C1 is better to reach)
Custom Button 2: Focus Settings
Custom Button 3: Focus Magnifier
Custom Button 4: Picture Profile
Center Button: AF/MF Control Hold
Left Button: Drive Mode
Right Button: ISO
Down Button: White Balance
AEL Button: AEL Hold
AF/MF Button: Eye AF (for photos)
Focus Hold Button: Focus Hold

Function menu settings

With the convenient Fn Button you can check the most important parameters of your camera.

Found in Custom Settings Menu, Tab 7

Function Upper1: Drive Mode
Function Upper2: Flash Mode
Function Upper3: Flash Comp
Function Upper4: Focus Mode
Function Upper5: Focus Area
Function Upper6: Exposure Comp

Function Lower1: ISO
Function Lower2: Metering Mode
Function Lower3: White Balance
Function Lower4: DRO/Auto HDR
Function Lower5: Picture Profile
Function Lower6: Shoot Mode


Found in Custom Settings Menu, Tab 1

Zebra: 100

The zebra pattern will come up when exposure hits 100%. BUT: there is still some more dynamic range on the sensor: 100%-110% IRE exposure. So you are not really blowing out all highlights at once. Another possibility is to set Zebra at 70% and expose for skintone. 


You can't focus on a 3" screen so you need all the assistence there is. Peaking helps a little bit. But remember: peaking is only an aid to show contrast, it doesn't tell you if the picture is in focus. Use autofocus and often check this with Custom Button 3: Focus Magnifier.

Found in Custom Settings Menu, Tab 2

Peaking Level: Mid
Peaking Color: Red


Speaking of focus and especially autofocus... With Sony E-mount lenses you can actually use the autofocus (though manually focusing should be preferred). Camera settings Tab 4:

AF drive speed = Slow

This prevents the camera from hunting like crazy: the focus speed is really slow, gently following subjects

AF Track Sens = Normal


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Picture profile changes

The Picture Profiles are placeholders. They contain certain deafult settings out of the box, but you can program them anyway you like. If you don't like a setting you can always reset to the default settings.

Found in Custom Settings Menu, Tab 6 These are the PP's I use:

PP Off

Use for pictures. Which you should take in RAW anyway.


A very standard 709 Picture Profile for really fast turn around. Nothing special needs to be done: shoot, edit and sent off. I found it better to change the following settings for a bit more pleasing image:

  • Black Level 0
  • Gamma ITU709
  • Color Mode ITU709
  • Saturarion -2 (the camera tends to saturate a bit too much)
  • Detail -4 (set sharpening to a low value and sharpen more in post)


This is the Picture Profile I use most and with a few alterations for optimization. Gives better dynamic range, nicely protects the blacks. It cab look a bit flat but in your edit software you can really make this footage shine by adding the right amount of contrast and saturation. You can do a bit of color grading as well.

  • Black Level -1
  • Gamma: Cinegamma 3 (see explanation below)
  • Black Gamma: Range = Middle, Level = -2
  • Knee Manual with Point = 95% and Slope = +2
  • Color Mode: Cinema for a bit flatter response (which you can tweak in post easily) or 709 for rich saturated colors
  • Saturation -2 (the camera tends to saturate a bit too much)
  • Color Phase +1
  • Color Depth: R= +1, G= -1, B= +1, C= -1, M= -1, Y= -1
  • Detail -2 (set sharpening to a low value and sharpen more in post)


This is the Picture Profile for working with Slog. No need to change this setting except for Detail. Only use PP7 when you know what to do with Slog footage in postproduction. It can yield nice results with maximum dynamic range but it is not necessary to use Slog for every production. Minimum ISO is 800.

  • Detail -4 (set sharpening to a low value and sharpen more in post)


Some hints in general:

Color: I found 709 to produce the rich and natural colors out of the box. Especially when you produce for internet or tv this is a quick starting setting. You can use another color space like Pro or Cinema for a bit wider range of colors, this looks at first glance a little desaturared but should have more color info and is easier for post production.

I have found S-Gamut to introduce strange color shifts. S-Gamut is better reserverd for recording in Slog when you have to do color grading anyway. That is if you want to use Slog with this camera (which I think you should not use due to the 8-bit recording codec... which is very limited).

Exposure: use Cinegamma 1, 3 or 4 as gamma. The difference:

  • Cinegamma 1 seems to handle contrast in brighter areas better, good for outdoor and bright settings
  • Cinegamma 2 is the same but goes only to 100% IRE, I usually don't use this one
  • Cinegamma 3 is a good alround gamma, very usable for both indoor and outdoor
  • Cinegamma 4 is better for lowlight situations, for indoor, evening, night

Switch between these where needed. The whole dynamic range of the senser is nicely compressed into to available recording format space. These gamma's have a nice roll off in the highlights, reducing contrast and squeezing everything in. When using cinegammas in an interview situation, it is good practice to underexpose a face just a tiny bit (only a little!): this gives faces a little more contrast.

A note about Slog: after dong some more testing with the A7R2 I found it rather difficult to work with Slog2: it's difficult to control colors and levels, it is certainly not suitable for low light situation and overal I guess the 8 bit recording format limitation stands in your way. Ah well, you don't NEED to use Slog at all of course!

Here are some cool shots I did with the Sony A7R2 on a Ronin M stabiliser:


I found it best not to push the ISO beyond 3200 in ‘normal’ operation.

Don't use AUTO ISO for your exposure, you can see ‘stepping’ between the ISO settings. I think it is best to have the ISO fixed to a certain value between 200 and 3200.

If you want the exposure to be automatic, it looks better to work in S mode: have the shutterspeed fixed at 1/50 and let the camera change the aperture. With most Sony E-mount lenses you will have a nice and fluent aperture adjustment. But of course it is better to manually adjust the exposure! Be sure to have a set of ND filters ready when working outside in daylight.

White Balance

Either use auto white blance, which works quite nice on this camera, or use one of the preset white balances like Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Incandescent. If you what you do you can also set the white balance manually to a certain temperature.


I haven't had time to check the audio. But hey, you propably want to record audio externally on a good recorder. 

Slow motion

It is not really slowmotion, but you can record in higher frame rates (50p) and reduce the speed in your editing software. Only for HD. There are plenty of other cameras that handle slow motion better.


A little out of the scope of this post but here is my list of prefered lenses for the Sony A7RII in order of most desirable (OUTDATED!!):

  • Sony Vario-Tessar 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS, basis lens, great for everything, great on a gymbal, excellent for photography, travel, best general wide lens, get this lens no matter what
  • Sony Vario-Tessar 24-70mm F4 ZA OSS, a zoom with a bit more tele, very versatile but not the sharpest one
  • Sony Sonnar 55mm F1.8 ZA, must have lens, one of the sharpest lenses around, great for interviews, portrait etc. can run fully automatic but has fly-by-wire focus which can be a pain
  • Something tele like the Sony 70-200 F4.0, not much choice if you need tele and don't want to go the Canon/Metabones route (11-5: romour has it that new Sony telelenses are on their way)
  • Zeiss Loxia 21mm F2.8 (manual focus only), alternative wide for the 16-35mm if you want sharper and faster glass, but it is a prime and fully manual. Very nioce lens.
  • Zeiss Loxia 50mm F2.0 (manual focus only), alternative to the 55mm if you want good manual focussing. I tested this lens for a brief moment, it georgious.
  • Sony 90mm Macro F2.8, the sharpest E-mount lens on the planet, for macro work, tele-stuff and portraits
  • Zeiss Batis 25mm F2.0 new lens, excellent glass, autofocus, sharp, excellent
  • Zeiss Batis 85mm F1.8, excellent quality glass, extreme sharp, great for interviews or portraits, very difficult to choose between Sony 90mm Macro and this Zeiss Batis 85mm!


I'm still searching for a couple of useful LUT's for the SLog2 footage. But I might as well abandon the whole Slog recording: it is so much more easier to work with 709 or Pro and a good Cinegamma like Cinegamma 1, 3 or 4.


Feel free to post a comment at the bottom of this page!

Happy shooting!



Thank you very much, very helpful

why is the 4k video compressed to (.mp4) on the Sony A7RII?

Thank You

It is XAVC-S: a compressed codec. Has all to do with costs, technical limitations of the hardware  and protecting other cameras in the Sony line-up. 

Thanks for your informative site. I just received my Sony A7RII and overtime I want to change my ISO to 100 or 400 is says I can't in S-log2 gamma how do I change this

When using S-Log the minimum ISO is 800. You can't go any lower.

Overheating will be no problem at all, if you use Atomos Assassin (or other Atomos recorder).

True: with an external recorder no overheating issues, and you can record longer than 30 minutes.

Hi in your Crop Sensor section you mention that the camera can be set to use full frame in photo mode and crop in video mode. But the setting you mention seems to set both at the same time on my camera. How can I set each one individually?

Thanks for the great article!

We're talking about the setting "Custom Settings > Tab 6 > APS-C/Super 35mm" set to "Auto": this will make pictures use the full frame and video use the cropped sensor. Use the Mode Dial to switch between pictures and video.

Where is the S Log setting on the camera menu?

It is Picture Profile 7 - accesable via the Fn-button menu: this button lets you see the Quick Navi screen, here you can select and change the Picure Profile (PP). 

Also via the Menu: "Camera Settings > Tab 6 > Picture Profile".

I have horrible shutter speed issues with this camera:(
no matter of what video footage would make you feel seasick when you are watching...
if you ever shoot a video with iphone you know what i mean...
and thats absolutely uncureable... as I have tried all sorts of different shutter speeds...
whenever you pan the camera or whenever you film a moving object you get that weird looking footage...
really sad... as noone mentions about any of the problems with it...
I would stick with a dslr even if they cant handle 4K yet...
i never had such an issue with any of my Canon camera...
except colors in video I could not find something really so great about this camera... very limited amount of lenses... who would pay 1000 GBP for a glass that is f4 for gods sake...
there is no f2.8 telephoto range glass... and yet sony is planning to steal 5D MK III customers:))) its just funny...

Nonsense ... utter nonsense

How is the performance of 4k video of new firmware 3.0?

So far i haven't notice anything different. They say the overheating issues are gone but really haven't tested that. Same for "improved picture queality" whatever that means.

Hi. Tried to edit 4k footage with premiere pro on a rather fast computer. It was a disaster. Guess I need to either convert the files to more editing friendly format, or use proxy files. What do you recommend?

If native editing doesn't work on your system you better convert your footage to an editable format first of course. ProRes works good on Mac. For people working with FCP-X: this has native support for the codec right out of the camera. In 4K editing goes really well as long as your Mac is not too old.

Nice article , thankyou. I have a question regarding an external 4K recorder : Is it possible to trigger the recorder via HDMI without a card inserted into the camera? I was told that it is possible but can't seem to find it in the menu. The reason being, my SD cards are lower in size than the flash media for the external and I would hate for recording to stop once the SD runs out / HDMI trigger is more convenient / no need for redundancy..etc
..any thoughts? thanks!

I'm looking for the same setting/option. So far, there's no way to trigger through HDMI w/o a SD card inserted.

Does the 5 axis stabilization (both in body and lens OSS) work in 4K? In all modes?

Yes. it works in 4K, and in all modes.

Hi Thanks for putting this together your picture profiles work really well. I have a range of canon lenses that work ok with a metabones ie: 100mm, 14mm,24-70mm and 70mm -200mm. I would like to get one emount lens so I can get super sharp landscape video in auto focus. I'm torn between the zeiss batis 25mm and your go to the sony 16-35mm lens.

The sony 16-35mm is an excellent lens.

I cant decide between the 16 -35mm sony or the zeiss batis 25mm? I have a range of prime and zoom canon glass that I use with metabones but I need one very sharp emount for autofocus video shoots.

So in slog 2 you leave your zebra at 100% what's another pp that's easy to work with

Auto aps-c / super 35 is not available on my camera in Xavc s 4K file format ?
Thank you

Strange. I didn't run into that. To my knowledge it should be available. But sometimes certain combinations of settings prevent other settings in the A7R2 camera.

Hi, can you tell me what's the average file size for a 1 minute recording in 4KS35?


I have here a 58 seconds clip in 4K which is 716 MB.

What do you mean:

'It is not really slowmotion, but you can record in higher frame rates and reduce the speed in your editing software'?

Isn't that how all slow motion is captured, with higher frame rates then reduced to 24/25p in editing software?

The camera can't do any slow motion. You can retime a clip in your edit software, making it slower. For example when recording in 50p you can to half the speed in your edit software to get slow motion. Real slowmotion to me is when the camera itself is capable to record in 100 or 200 fps and do the conforming itself.

Whenever I record in XAVC S HD/4K, Premiere CC gives me an error saying, "File format not supported". I have the latest CC update on my Macbook Pro and can't figure out why Premiere is unable to read the files. Any thoughts on what is going on? I took a screenshot of the error message but am not able to upload the image to this thread.

Premiere doesn't support XAVC files from what I've understand. Use an application like Sony Catalyst to convert your material first. 

Do you use autofocus on the gimbal? If so, any advice on settings? Which lens do you use most with the gimbal?

Hi Gary, yes I sometimes use autofocus on the gimbal. Mostly with the 16-35mm lens, AF-C, face detection on, slow follow. 

Hi, nice blog!

I am a new A7RII user and I find the Sony UI to be frustrating. Do you have any tips for workflow?

I tried to set up my camera so that I take photos in A priority and Movies via the Movie dial.

My problem is that I like to use slog2 and so I assigned PP7 for Movies and PP0 for RAW. Also, I use Auto ISO 800->6400 for Movies and Auto ISO 100-3200 for Photos.

What I am finding is that my camera gets confused as to what settings should be used when... At an event last weekend, I ended up shooting ISO 800 for photos in broad daylight, and it's horrendous.

Do you happen know if there's a way to partition the settings for the different tasks (P vs V).

Great information here! Thank you. Wondering what software you use to ingest the media initially. Apparently Sony's proprietary software - PlayMemories Home - automatically converts videos to 30p. Wondering if I can simply copy the footage over in Finder and import via media browser into Premiere Pro CC - skipping any unwanted conversion process. Look forward to hearing your thoughts/workflow. Thanks!

I would stay away from the PlayMemories software. Usually I copy the complete card contents (PRIVATE folder) over in Finder. For security you can use Hedge to do the copy. Final Cut can read & import this folder easily.

Hello Erwin, I appreciate the information you have provided. I am a bit confused about your statement here,

"When using AUTO ISO for your exposure, you can see ‘stepping’ between the ISO settings. So I think it is best to have the ISO fixed to a certain value between 200 and 3200."

I found if I fix my ISO to 800 and use S mode and let the aperture change, I can actually see a flicker on the 16-35mm F4 Sony lens. Of course if you fix aperture and shutter and auto iso range of 800-3200, you can see the step in the darks and lights which is gradual. So I am not sure what am am actually supposed to see if I am in S mode. The flicker is noticeable and doesn't look good.

Speaking of light and dark, how would you deal with real estate video where you walk in from light (outdoors) then into a darker room and then out to a bright window etc. With the auto iso set on pp6 I have the obvious jump from very light to darker indoors which the camera handles ok, but when you turn into a darker area of the interior it brightens up, but when you go to a window the foreground become really dark as it is exposing for the light. Would love to hear your advice.



Generally speaking: do your exposure manually. Set the camera to M, use a shutter of 1/50th (or 1/60th), adjust your aperture (this is a creative choice) and finetune with ISO somewehere between 400 or 1600. For outside you will most probably need an ND filter. I wil lchack back with this lens to see if there is really stepping with auto aperture (I forgot about it!).

Dear everybody. Would you think the Beholder DS1 Gimbal would be a viable option for stabilizing the a7rm2? And what is your experience concerning rolling shutter with this camera attached to a gimbal (full frame and aps-c)? Is the footage usable?

i'm going to learn how to use my a7r2 with video.There are here a lot of tips&trick how to do that .Thank you!

Thanks for this information.It's really worth trying but what profile do you prefeer in low light (party scene)?

Thank you very much for this post. I found it very helpful for an overview of what I now need to go and experiment with re: picture profiles. I see this was posted last year. Has your view on any of the topics above changed since then?

Yes, since the past update I have changed my profile settings a bit. It is a never ending proces of optimization!

Are try under the drone application?

Hello, I have a huge problem with judder when I pan at any speed. I have tried all settings in different combinations. How did you achieve no judder in your pans?

I love this camera, but one of the things that I don’t like, is that it resets when renaming the files every time you format. So, after a long shoot, you end up with duplicate file names, C00001, etc. How do you handle this? Do you rename later? If so, how do you do it? Do you edit natively or do you transcode? I want to make sure that I can keep the metadata from the .XML files, but don’t want to end up with tons of duplicate file names.

True. I would love to see a normal Reel_Camera_Take filename scheme too... but hey that's for pro cameras only I'm afraid.

I edit natively and I copy every card to a unique folder on the computer. Since working in Final Cut I use a few metatag keywords to organize the clips.

Can we use af-s in video taking?

Yes sure.

Thanks for Picture Profile settings. They work great in my Sony A7Sii and provide a more realistic color than the standard Sony profile, which was a bit red or magenta.

I seem to get jerky or stuttery playback in every mode except MP4. if i use 4 k and dual record the mp4 is smooth but the 4k is very jerky no matter how slowly I pan or move.
even the auto zoom (digital zoom) is smooth on the MP4 but jerky on the 4K.
I have tried various shutter speeds from 1/50 to 1/200 but and lower as well but it seems the same. Any Ideas what I am doing wrong ?

I own a 7R mk2 since over 1 year. I' m looking for better Picture Profiles settings.
Andrew Reid, (prof. filmmaker to), offers his settings since a few month, and i tried them. Even as yours.

Your both settings are totaly difficult. The results to.
I think, you have the whitebalans on automatic.
Using his settings, you must set the whitebalans by hand.

Till now, i prefer your settings. They are brigther. PP4 is good. PP6 is a bit better.

If you want to know more about Andrew Reid: Google EOSHD Pro Color.

If you are injterested i can send you his settings by mail.

Thanks a lot.

Tjaart / Tjardi Buining

You could share the 2 settings please, my email is: durobeats32@gmail.com

Want to try the settings on my a7r mk2 Markdjoiner@gmail.com

is there an app or a program that is compatible with A7X2 and mac that i could link them together and use my mac as an external monitor for shooting vid, not for playback?

Have a look at Blackmagic software and hardware. You will need a device to get a signal into your computer (from HDMI or SDI to Thunderbolt for example) and you need software to display it on your screen. Can be done, not dificult.

I'm very disappointed by the detail & sharpness of the sony A7 II video, compared to iphone6s or dji osmo... for example. do u have idea or information ? thx

Well... if sharpness is what you need you are better off filming with an iPhone or Osmo. Those camera's have supersmall sensors that have everything in focus combined with a strong sharpening filter. The A7 cameras are full frame and need good lenses and time & effort in post.


For vlogging and/or recording yourself, what focus settings would you recommend?

I'm assuming obviously continuous auto focus with focus area wide, but what about lock on auto focus in the settings? On or off?

Hi - thanks for the article.

I have a couple of questions:

1) would you advise using different filters depending on lighting/contrast conditions outdoors?

2) What frame rate would you recommend shooting in as I start out?

Many thanks

Nick Franks

Thanks Erwin for these useful tips, as I too migrate from more traditional video cameras to this little beast and try to find out what is possible. I also have questions:
1) Do you think using older NEX APS-C lenses would work just as well as newer (and much more expensive) full frame FE lenses for filming video in Super35 crop mode, or would there be significant differences in how they function?
2) To stay in focus, are the only options either (1) setting the camera to Auto AF, (2) wrestling with MF, or (3) constantly re-pressing the main button (used for shooting stills) to update the focus via AF-S or AF-C, or is there a better way to do this I have not thought about. How do you handle focus when shooting moving people?
3) Is it possible to combine focus peaking and focus magnification with auto focus or can these functions only be used with manual focus?
Hope not too many questions!

Thanks Peter, just a quick reply to your questions:

1) Yes I think you can easily use APS-C lenses for the A7R2 in crop mode. Nothing wrong with that and especially when you use them for video. Budget friendly!

2) AF works reasonably well, esp with wide lenses, and I think it even has face recognition (haven't used that for a while so would have to check again). MF is a pain and I would advise to get yourself a monitor (at least 5") to be able to judge correct focus. When shooting moving people I tend to use the AF because it is really doing a good job.

3) Not sure. I use an external SmallHD 5" monitor with inbuild peaking and magnification. Haven't use these functions on the A7R2.

Hi,,,,if the 4k is compressed in a mp4 file, how should i decompress it to get the 4k file?¿?

You don't have to decompress. Just import them in your NLE and you can play the 4K material.

How do you change shutter speed and f-stop in video mode? The shutter number and f-stop number is just blinking constantly but I can't change them, while in video mode

Not sure. The only time when I had a blinking f number was with a not supported lens. Normally you can change shutter and f-stop with the front and back dial wheels just as you do with photos.


Make sure that your camera setting is on M mode. This means Manual aperture and shutter control. Check what you see in upper left corner.

Using the customized profiles as you suggest that look good and turn out quite nicely balanced straight out of the box on the waveform monitor in Catalyst Browse that is also nice. You mention you have customized the profiles you use with color grading in mind. Do you have any standard settings such as sharpness etc you apply to all your files when you start editing or do you start from scratch again every time you start adjusting a new file?

No standard settings in post: I apply some basic correction to each and every single shot.

I like your settings for the A7rii, but are you sure the black level should be zero? If you close the camera's lens cap and look at the camera's waveform with FCP X, it always shows the blacks about 10% higher above the zero line. So, would you not set the black level to say -5 or -7?

Also would your A&rii settings apply to the A6300 and the A7Sii?

Black level on Sony cams are always well above 0%. I choose to set black level = -1. Then you can bring blacks back to zero in post (which I prefer). Of course you can lower the black level setting in camera by as much as -4 or -5..

Can you pls tell me what fps is available for 1080 and 4K recording respectively?

In PAL: 1080 max fps = 100 and 4K max fps = 25. For NTSC: 1080 max fps = 120 and 4K max fps = 30

Thanks a lot!! Great help perfect settings!
I have 2 questions:
1. I still don't understand about the slow emotion. The 7RII have setting 100p 5M in HD. Is that not good enough? Why?
2. I read that to work with Premier pro you need to convert the XAVC format. To edit in Final cut it need to convert to proress also? Which editing programs are compatible with XAVC S?


Is there are way to set file numbers to continuous when creating video files? Once I've transferred clips to my computer and formatted the card it starts over from file 0001.

This created problems when transferring files next time to my computer

Best regards


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