Found this on Sony's pro website. One, it clearly shows the benefits of shooting S-LOG and being able to preserve typically "lost" information in highlights and shadows. Secondly, this plug-in for your software makes it easy to "S-LOG color correct" your scene!
Seriously cool stuff! Check out pages 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12.
Thread: Truelight Light S-LOG plugin
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05-09-2011 07:05 PM
05-09-2011 08:00 PM
Am i the only one that thinks sLog doesnt look bad?
I kinda like it.... i like seeing all the detail.
05-09-2011 08:52 PM
it's gonna cost a few grand in the very least. but it's nice to see more simple straight forward color management solutions. I've been stuck in a 709 world for way too long, hopefully this will be something somewhat affordable...
05-10-2011 06:03 AM
05-10-2011 07:47 AM
Excellent. How muuuuch?
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05-10-2011 09:13 AM
05-10-2011 09:21 AM
I miss shooting Kodak 5277...
05-10-2011 09:50 AM
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Is Truelight available yet and how much does it cost. How would you use it in an FCP workflow?
05-10-2011 09:57 AM
the plugin at the moment only works with composite software. like AE, NUKE, SHAKE, etc. it's meant to work with software that has built in tools like dpx rendering and etc. maybe they'll include it in FCPX if it can natively interpret and write dpx files... nothing from Filmlight I've ever seen has ever been cheap. I would say expect this plugin to be worth thousands of dollars. there's no price tag on it, you have to call in for it, and I think they've actually been using this for a long time but are just advertising this much harder because s-log for intensive purposes is finally hitting the masses.