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  1. #1 VisionColor Osiris LUT 
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    For all those who is interested to see how they play with Blackmagic Camera Here is the review i did couple of days ago. Its pretty long, but you get a chance to see every LUT in detail

    https://vimeo.com/90387149
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    Which Blackmagic camera?
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    BMCC
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    Thanks for taking the time and doing this, very helpful.
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    thanks for sharing
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    Yes sir. 2.5k
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    you very welcome
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    Is the the $69 basic pack? Would you recommend it/do you find it a good place to start your looks for grading?
    I'm having a hard time grading prores footage when shot in film mode, so i'm looking for some lut that could get me in the ballpark for a modern look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by townio View Post
    Is the the $69 basic pack? Would you recommend it/do you find it a good place to start your looks for grading?
    I'm having a hard time grading prores footage when shot in film mode, so i'm looking for some lut that could get me in the ballpark for a modern look.
    I wouldn't really call those looks modern. You should probably just apply Rec 709 and tweak from there.
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    Well, all those looks are pretty specific. I personally think they more for film or maybe like a motocross or skateboard documentary. Every look is great, but color space would come out way far beyond standard rec709
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