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Sorry for the slight delay! Here you go... there isn't much in the way of difference, especially between raw and natural, presumably because it was a "natural" scene. I'll try night next time I'm able.
saturation: saturation for all colors is higher. Especially strong when you have a nice warm sunlight. I noticed that when I turned the Breeze into the sunlight (less saturation) and back (sun behind the Breeze, strong saturation effect). The saturation effect changed dramatically. This is probably linked to the brightness setting.
raw: No filter on the camera video.
night: To be validated. I did an evening test just after sunset (still quite bright) with the night setting, but I can't notice any real change or improvement. I didn't change the setting to compare as I wanted to test the follow-mode in low light conditions. This means the video will not really help you as you can't compare yourself, sorry.