Kevin, as a Blackmagic BMCC user, upon importing Cinema DNG into the new release of Premiere, the Cinema DNG files are being 'auto developed' into what appears to be a default ACR or REC709 colour. What we need is the option to import in true RAW, it has the green tint look. With Adobe auto developing or converting the RAW Cinema DNG files, it renders the power of being able to edit/colour/finishing in Premiere as somewhat useless, especially when applying look LUTs specifically developed for use with RAW file formats, and in some cases, with the use of camera profile LUTs. Lumetri stacked.

Sending the Premiere project to SpeedGrade does not allow one to undo the auto developing of Cinema DNG files.

I like the speed and performance of editing Cinema DNG directing in Premiere, and the limited import controls now provided (WB/Tint/Exposure), we can now work with files that were being auto 'clipped' in some instances in the previous version of Premiere where we had no 'Source Settings' option upon import, however, if Premiere is now/continuing to auto converting to ACR default or REC709 colour, the purpose of accessing RAW is lost, especially if you have specific LUT(s) to use.

Can we please have an option in the import drop down menu (As Shot, RAW, Custom) so that we have our green tint RAW files upon import? Thank you.