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    FS100 Best Pic Prof. For LUT
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    I've recently been messing around with LUTS on my FS100 footage files--- I know, I know... inadvisable on the 8 bit footage.

    However, some of the results are pretty great.

    The LUTs I like most are KINOLut and VISTALut from Cineplus. They come in Rec709 and SLOG flavors.

    I was wondering if anyone had any insight as to what the best picture profile settings on the FS100 might be to set the footage up best for use with those options mentioned above?


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    YOu'd have to play around a bit but I'd start with no picture profile at all, then set something up that uses REC709 as part of the profile - working on the assumption that the closer you can get the profile to standard REC709 the more applicable LUTs designed for REC709 will be.


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    Postmasters "Frank Glencairn" settings are the best for an in camera raw like profile for the FS100, here is a link to one of them.


    https://frankglencairn.wordpress.com...he-sony-fs100/


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    Quote Originally Posted by FMVorenkamp View Post
    I've recently been messing around with LUTS on my FS100 footage files--- I know, I know... inadvisable on the 8 bit footage.

    However, some of the results are pretty great.

    The LUTs I like most are KINOLut and VISTALut from Cineplus. They come in Rec709 and SLOG flavors.

    I was wondering if anyone had any insight as to what the best picture profile settings on the FS100 might be to set the footage up best for use with those options mentioned above?
    i welcome the opportunity to see any of your footage.

    thanks in advance.

    be well.

    rob
    smalltalk productions/nyc


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