Can you bring it into Adobe Media Encoder and see that all tracks are recognized ?
What about After Effects ?
If large CFAST 2.0 cards come down in price, then the Canon C200 looks like a winner. I just wish it had non-RAW 10-bit internal recording. ( RAW-lite is a very card hungry format )
While this camera doesn't replace a GH5 or GH5s camera, I plan on adding one to my GH5 camera kit because of the RAW recording and it's low price. I am also curious to see how the ProRes recording compares to Panasonic's 10-bit ALL-I recording.
Nope. Remember that you need cards that have a guaranteed minimum write speed of 110 MB/sec or 880 Mbps. ( the new V90 SDXC cards are only guaranteed for 90 MB/sec minimum write speed )
So your media choices are going to be CFAST 2.0 cards or a USB-C SSD drive, assuming the camera can record higher bit-rate modes to the USB-C drive.
It's a one-touch autofocus, so no face recognition or continuous AF tracking.