Think I'm pretty close to being done with the new LUT based on B-Gamma temp titled "808" -- It's based on B-Side Gamma, has an adjusted saturation curve, slightly creamier highlights but a bit more highlight detail compared to the other lots (tricky), neutral skin and softer shadows.
One click, no adjustments. Will likely be getting this to you guys pretty soon, just need to run it across some UMPro and Mini46K footage to make sure it's all good.
No adjustments made in raw tab or anything else, WB is a bit off (strangely a slight bit more difficult to AWB the UMPro versus the 4.6K, this might just be my imagination), wanted to see how it played straight on some footage originally monitored with B-Gamma. Of course, nothing was done to the RAW image either, no settings changed etc.
Update on this
I've started a small site for the luts now.
I'll be adding to it and cleaning it up as I go!
Thanks so much to everyone that's given feedback and looking forward to hearing more!
You can still read the changes on the Facebook page. I'll have some more footage up as well as other users.
Here's some video provided by Olan Collardy
Both B-Side Gamma and Contrast
So after a ton of messages about this, and coming up on my next short film, I've gone ahead and put my 4.6K LUTs up in final versions (pending feedback from a wider group.)
Here's my vimeo, a lot of the most recent CineAlta footage has versions of this, but I'm working uploading what the final looks like now. People are prodding me for it like asap so I decided to just get it out there and add to the page.
Working on putting together some footage (and gathering some from a few people that have the set already).
(Also, low key, these work with the other cameras, but not advertised as such. I'll go into more detail, but don't grab them for this purpose until I've had a chance to explain how. It's not that difficult, just not obvious.)
B-Side Gamma, no adjustments/"straight out of camera"
Julien Cheron provided this still, also B-Side Gamma (not WB'd or shot to the LUT, but WB would likely clean up the magenta cast).
TOP: B-Side Contrast
BOTTOM: B-Side Contrast (ALT)