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    Interested!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Note Suwanchote View Post
    Interested!
    +1. Will test it out on our upcoming short film.
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    Quote Originally Posted by okb812 View Post
    Could you give us an idea about the pricerange for the LUT?
    Good question. We're thinking about the Bulk of all the LUT's being a "Deal" - where it would be cheaper... We're still talking about a value & how viable this LUT will be in order to make that decision.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daydreamersproductions View Post
    If you can make a 5248 LUT I would buy that in an instant
    Great idea! I'll make guy our guys and I keep an eye out for that Stock, and if theres still some floating around, we'll definately give it a go. I think, for now... we want to make sure that the modern emulation is pitch perfect. I'm kinda about the ONE quality version you can trust, versus a bunch of (not so commercially used LUT's).

    Think: Roger Deakins, in how EFilm created a personally designed LUT for his ALEXA that modelled the Kodak stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolas View Post
    Hi Samuel, I'm not as active and productive as Frank here but I'll be glad to test it on my upcoming projects (a few commercials mainly)
    Great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amoore View Post
    I would also be interested. I use a slightly modified Kodak FilmConvert LUT at the moemnt.
    Great. This will be a lot different than the FilmConvert. We love FilmConvert! But, this is geared more towards a fixed Kelvin with more accuracy on the Color Science. We're talking about the 'The Main Version' where it's flat, the way it the scans are right out of the gate...and another version where we add a slight contrast (with intentional room of dynamic range to still grade above it, with fewer curves). Overall, these will be Grade-able LUTs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alex.stefani View Post
    Samuel, I'm sure these LUTS will rocks. Recently I've attended a workshop with a great DP who worked with names like Antonioni and Pialat, we were astonished by the "golden" kodak color look.
    I'm not a DP, I am a colorist, however feel free to contact me for any kind of support/beta testing..
    Very cool.
    Sure - we'll have something avail by the end of this month.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Asyndeton View Post
    I would also like to throw my hat in for testing. I shoot and also work as a colorist. 7219 came out when I was in college and I shot a few projects with it, absolutely love that stock. Also to clarify, is it being built off of the BMD 4K Film V3 color science?
    nice.
    Yes, to clarify, we're building off of RAW only... For now. Here's my reasonings... In my opinion (which may be swayed on this subject if someone enlightens me)

    - When capturing footage and attaining enough Data to emulate films complex color, pro res or any kind of flat log, does not suffice.
    - We're gearing this LUT specifically for a commercial use. That being said, it's supposed to be grade-able LUTs. Again, Log or any Pro Res will become deteriated.

    We'll be using RAW DATA & Native ISO shooting tests at very high contrast sets & controlled sets (without clipping) to ensure that we're getting the full range of each sensor in order to apply the LOOK properly.
    In other words... When we're complete, we should be able to literally apply the LUT to any side by side with Film, and always match the look of film. Otherwise, whats the point, right? That's another reason, we must focus on the Kelvin, and shooting RAW is a must. (Yes, you won't be able to modify the Kelvin Wheel after applying the LUT, that's the downside). But even with Film, you cannot modify the Kelvin wheel, you can only adjust other Color Wheels... This puts us in very specific DI environment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamuelJacobPauling View Post
    Yes, to clarify, we're building off of RAW only...
    So your LUT will ..... also debayer the raw data?
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    I love the approach and the samples too!

    Looking forward to playing with this one day, I just love the feeling of Kodak.
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