CAPTURE REQUIREMENTS            Capture Resolution - Camera must have a true 4K/UHD sensor (equal-to or greater than 3840 photosites wide).             Capture Format -  RAW  (Sony RAW, REDCODE, Arriraw, etc.)       Compression -   (XAVC, ProRes, or other I-Frame capable formats)             Minimum of 16-bit Linear  or  10-bit Log  processing.       Minimum data-rate of 240Mb/s at 23.98fps               Capture Transfer Function- S-Log3, Log-C, V-Log,  

      No looks or color corrections should be baked into the original camera files.             Original camera files must maintain all metadata (i.e. Tape Name, Timecode, Frame Rate, ISO, WB, etc.) BLACK BALANCING       If applicable, black balancing of camera sensors should be done daily, when the camera is at normal operating temperature.          See specific black balancing instructions in the camera operating manual. ASPECT RATIO / FRAMING        Aspect ratios greater than 2.00:1 must be evaluated and discussed with Netflix for approval.             Framing chart must be shot before principal photography begins, and processed through the dailies pipeline which will be shared with editorial, post-production, and VFX. ERROR ANAMORPHIC LENSES             If anamorphic lenses are being considered, camera selection must take into account the extra resolution required for capture.    Contact your Netflix project lead to discuss implications or concerns. SECONDARY CAMERAS             Any cameras other than the primary camera (crash, POV, drone, underwater, etc.) must be approved by Netflix.             Footage from non-approved cameras will count towards the total allotment of non-approved capture.    The allotment is based on content used in the final edit (per episode if applicable) and not on the total captured content.             Test footage should be shot and provided to dailies and post-production to ensure compatibility with primary camera.   SPANNED CLIPS             Allowing a camera to record spanned clips (single takes spread out on multiple camera cards) is inadvisable. Please avoid this recording method if it is not absolutely necessary