Also, as Musicvid pointed out in another thread, if outputting to 8 bit, add a levels effect to your master output effects bus (the effects button by the preview monitor) and set the first slider to 0.054 for best results.
Keep in mind, this assumes your project will contain nothing but 10 bit source files, if that isn't the case, you need to apply that levels filter setup only to the media that is 10 bit, not at the master effects bus level.
The behavior is source-independent, have tested camera RAW and 16 bit generated source from Photoshop as well as the GH5 footage (courtesy of Gordon Laing). Pending further tests, I'm seeing it as a stock correction, at least in VP14.
@fr0sty how did you first run across this? You've obviously had some previous encounters with it.
Yes sir, you can. The GH5 is the camera I shoot with. And all I shoot is 10-bit, 4:2:2 All-Intra. You do need a SD card with a rating of V60. I am using FreeTail Evoke Pro with no problems. I'd also recommend the Olympus 12-40 lens if you can afford it. It gives you an effective range of 24-80 and you can pretty much shoot anything you need with it. On my computer, i7, with SSD, and 16 GB ram, no problems with footage.