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    Quote Originally Posted by jonpais View Post
    This is by far the best solution. It is also stupid cheap.
    That's not the best solution, it is the easiest solution.

    The best solution is to convert the gamut and manually color correct with a calibrated monitor.
    Manual color correction is always better than any cookie-cutter solution.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cary Knoop View Post
    That's not the best solution, it is the easiest solution.

    The best solution is to convert the gamut and manually color correct with a calibrated monitor.
    Manual color correction is always better than any cookie-cutter solution.
    I bet you're fun at parties.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cary Knoop View Post
    That's not the best solution, it is the easiest solution.

    The best solution is to convert the gamut and manually color correct with a calibrated monitor.
    Manual color correction is always better than any cookie-cutter solution.
    1) LUTs are used by virtually all professionals in the industry, and there aren’t any better for the GH5 than the Leeming LUT.

    2) Maybe you didn’t read the OP’s original post, but he says he is looking for an inexpensive LUT.

    3) Since you know so much, surely you’ve got some GH5 HLG clips to share?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stoneinapond View Post
    I bet you're fun at parties.....
    Quote Originally Posted by jonpais View Post
    LUTs are used by virtually all professionals in the industry, and there aren’t any better for the GH5 than the Leeming LUT. Maybe you didn’t read the OP’s original post, but he says he is looking for a LUT. Since you know so much, can we see some of your GH5 HLG clips?
    "When you have no basis for an argument, abuse the plaintiff."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cary Knoop View Post
    "When you have no basis for an argument, abuse the plaintiff."

    Cicero
    Ah, the classic victim strategy.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by stoneinapond View Post
    Ah, the classic victim strategy.....
    What is it with forums about technical stuff, that people get into fanboyism and don't accept other opinions?
    How can anybody know something (or someones LUT) is "the best solution". Why do people get aggressive about somebody criticising a product they bought?
    Is it just about justifying your own purchase decision? And the "pros in the industry all use luts" argument mostly comes from people not working as pros in the industry.
    I was not that impressed with the "leeming LUTs", that doesn't mean they are bad or don't fit some peoples workflow. But of course a one size fits all LUT cannot be
    better than a properly color managed manual grading.


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