This is just an idea.
I saw this ( https://youtu.be/x-6MYP0RxTI I did not upload this) special feature from the Wizard of OZ, it was about the restoration of the film. They said they scan the frames on 4K, 16 Bit at 50MB each frame. You can see this at 01:36 What they meant was each channel of the RGB is 16bit so it’s actually a 48-bit image.
My camera, at 4000x2750 the highest setting is RAW16 (color) and MONO16 (grey). Actually, the MONO16 pixel format could recreate a 48-bit image by using an R G B filter wheel attached to the camera and the lens. So you have for each color a 16-bit image that you can merge together as a 48-bit image. (the debayering part can be followed up at this topic: debayring point grey/FLIR)
The 8-bit guy made a great video about this method: https://youtu.be/a-ny3geJ-nk
Is this a good idea for Kinograph V2?
And does anyone know what kind of software they were using for removing the dirt and scratches? (at 05.06)