Precisely. Because of exactly what Ayan said above. It's pretty common knowledge that everything changes after nominations are set and things widen up to the whole academy for voting in each category. And the academy has had a trend towards sci-fi and VFX films in recent years, only failing to be the case with Revenant. Avatar, Inception, Hugo, Life of Pi, Gravity, Birdman... also he probably split himself in 2008.
Are they just dead pixels? Have you auto black balanced? Canon DSLRs get these all the time, and they don't give you the option to ABB.
edit: Or I guess in the GH4 menu it's called remap pixels or something
It's totally public domain.
I asked a Panasonic rep at Cine Gear and he said it would be the same codec as the GH4. Hoping that's wrong. Seems like something they could still easily change...
I do this in Avid all the time. It's great bc you can load up your selects sequence in the left screen and cut in chunks of shots straight into your timeline.
Are the codecs actually better on an FS7? I feel like this is something people have been neglecting to note with the C300 mkII. At equal frame rates and resolution the C300 is shooting approx double the bit rate of the Sony internally. Unless I'm missing something...