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    Quote Originally Posted by legrevedotcom View Post
    What kind of codecs did the F3 shoot with? Did they have s-log on that as well?
    Recorded in 4:4:4 SLOG to ProResXQ on the Odyssey7Q.

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    Looks good Mark. Location is?
    It's this old abandoned factory in Yarraville, we got in just in time as they've completely bricked up most of it, and had just started putting up a new fence (to keep artist out) the week before we shot. I'm not sure we could get in there if we were shooting this weekend instead of last.

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    You probably used Resolve right?
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    This looks great Grug. Looks better than the majority of images made with 4K cameras posted on this site. Very nice. I actually have to say, I haven't seen anything from a 4K camera which rivals this on these forums.


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    Nice ones!
    Can we expect a trailer any time soon..?
    I was often on the fence of buying a used F3 when they became cheaper on the used market.
    Do you have yours right from the start...?
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    Also very keen to see the trailer or actual film after looking at the great stills.

    I'm still shooting with the F3. It's very forgiving for unlit fast moving documentary work.
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    Thanks guys, the remainder of the shoot has been pushed back until October at this stage, so it'll be a little while before we have anything to show, but I'll certainly keep everybody updated.

    Cheers


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    Quote Originally Posted by Grug View Post
    Good eye Michael. There's a high-res scan of some 200T filmgrain overlaid on the image, followed by a Fuji cineon transform LUT that's then pushed through a Kodak print LUT.
    Are these Resolve luts or they found some where else. I'm still on Premiere.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryinCalifornia View Post
    Are these Resolve luts or they found some where else. I'm still on Premiere.
    I have a feeling these may be Vision-Color ImpulZ LUTS. Grug can correct me, if I'm wrong.


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    Great great looking grabs from talented hands. I do agree F3 is still in business. Look at those color tones!


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    Great look. Having battled with the f3 for months before selling it I wonder if 12bit is the key - I always felt I had to ramp the scurve so far that the footage broke.


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    Real nice work Grug, definitely some of the best F3 footage & post grading process I have ever seen.


    For those interested, some details I posted on transforms and LUTs here regarding the F3 some may find useful:

    http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread...he-New-Chapter
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