55M ADVANCED LUTS 2.0 with ARRI conversions
New 55M ARRI conversion Luts
The all new and improved 55M ADVANCED LUTS 2.0 for Blackmagic and Panasonic cameras now come with ARRI Rec709 and Log C conversions. Only the Deluxe version includes the Film Lut which will make matching your Panasonic or Blackmagic footage with ARRI cameras super easy and fast. Or you may just save lots of money with your new “Baby ALEXA”.
Just compare for yourself.
ARRI ALEXA Mini vs Panasonic S1H with 55M Film Lut
*video samples by Darwin Schulze
* exposure and wb/tint adjustments on both, different lenses and filters were used
Better camera support
Version 2.0 now adds support for:
- Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K and 6K Pro (Gen 4 and 5)
- Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 12K (Gen 5)
- Panasonic GH5/GH5s/G9 (V-Log L)
- Panasonic Varicam (V-Log)
Even more Creative Luts
Version 2.0 also comes with a plethora of new creative Luts (Deluxe only, more information here and here). The Advanced Lut comes with both packages providing a great match to RED cameras using the IPP2 Rec709 conversion.
Check them out.
*Footage by OD Hunte, www.odhunte.com
S Series owners can now enjoy conversion Luts for S Series PRR/BRAW and monitoring Luts with screen calibration to get the most accurate image while filming on the Blackmagic Video Assist 12G shooting BRAW.
Curious about this
What questions do you have?
Would I have to use the Arri conversions before applying the Luts?
You can use the Apple conversion (either V-Log, V-Log L, HLG, BMD Gen4/5, D-Log etc. to Log C) and use the Log C to Rec709 or other conversion of your choice.
Would wanna see how these feels but from the YouTube video love them
I really love your LUTs. These are the best I’ve found for Panasonic V-Log. Could you also develop these LUTs for Canon? In particular for the Canon C-Log 3 for the Canon R6 Mark II, etc? Thanks!
Thank you, appreciate the feedback.
Currently there are no plans to develop Canon C-Log 2 and 3 versions. But version 3 has a less complex and more standardised node tree, which should make it less complex for me to port these to cameras from other manufacturers.