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    Drat! Wish I'd waited. Oh well. I've already used Cinematch on a project, with impressive results.


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    Quote Originally Posted by QuickHitRecord View Post
    Drat! Wish I'd waited. Oh well. I've already used Cinematch on a project, with impressive results.
    Email them and ask for the discount now?


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    Looks like with the Black Friday pricing their Nitrate upgrade from standard film convert is actually maybe worth it, $59.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ahalpert View Post
    Email them and ask for the discount now?
    I'm going to let it go. It's a good product that I needed quickly and I couldn't wait until Black Friday. I thought it was definitely worth the price a month ago. This week, it's a steal.


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    Wow! Consider me SUPER impressed. Here's two similar shots from a film I'm working on at the moment, A-cam was the Sony F55, B-cam was the Fuji X-T3 on a gimbal (for just a couple of shots).

    Matching the Fujis to Sony cameras is BRUTAL. I've shot colour charts with them both, and done some manual matching, and after a lot of work can get them close-enough (Davinci's Colour Transform tool is no good for the combo). But it's a lot of work.

    Dropped Cinematch in, a couple of quick tweaks, and boom, we can slip the Fuji clips in without anyone noticing. I'm off to put down my hard-earned for it now.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Grug View Post
    Wow! Consider me SUPER impressed. Here's two similar shots from a film I'm working on at the moment, A-cam was the Sony F55, B-cam was the Fuji X-T3 on a gimbal (for just a couple of shots).

    Matching the Fujis to Sony cameras is BRUTAL. I've shot colour charts with them both, and done some manual matching, and after a lot of work can get them close-enough (Davinci's Colour Transform tool is no good for the combo). But it's a lot of work.

    Dropped Cinematch in, a couple of quick tweaks, and boom, we can slip the Fuji clips in without anyone noticing. I'm off to put down my hard-earned for it now.



    That is VERY impressive! Aside from the edge sharpness (much more pronounced on the XT4), those shots match impeccably.


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    That's a really good match. I had it match my Red One to my C200 and a BlackMagic Pocket 6K and it synced up the color just about perfectly. Money well spent!


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    Yeah I'm liking it. Not for matching cameras right now, but for changing the look to get BMD or Arri vibes from Panasonic footage. Nothing on a real project, just some tinkering on older footage. Cool. $149 is a no brainer, this will help in the future no doubt.


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    I'm currently editing a project that has c200, c500, r6, phantom 4, a7iii, fs5, and BM pocket cinema camera. Still need to see how much is log/raw but cinematch looks awesome.

    Maybe we can feel more comfortable buying cross-brand cameras of different sizes?


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