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  1. Sage

    HLG to VLog Conversion

    Yes, its an estimated continuation of the 'fringe' data. All of the gamut (and theoretical gamut) continue from the known edge of the sample cloud. In this way, even cameras with a wider range and gamut than the original intended can be used sans clipping
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    HLG to VLog Conversion

    There is no gamut compression; the key is that log formats are the 'data' format to HDR's 'display' format. Before displays could show a wide gamut and intense brightness, cameras were able to capture this data, which is stored in a log format.
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    GH5 to Alexa Conversion

    Granted everything's set up for monitoring in HLG, and you want to deliver in that format, that would be the base. It would be used following the LogC variation (just as one would with ordinary LogC). The timeline would be set to work in HLG, so that the grading tools operate contoured to HLG
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    GH5 to Alexa Conversion

    You'll want those Resolve CM settings at default; the entirety of the data is accessible. One can think of the input and output settings in Resolve CM as a 'global CST', so to speak. For 2020, one could then use Arri's 2020 from their generator after the converted LogC. Granted, accurate post monitoring workflows can be challenging to set up. https://www.arri.com/en/learn-help/learn-help-camera-system/tools/lut-generator
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    GH5 to Alexa Conversion

    The HLG Pre maintains the entirety of the captured gamut, converted to VLog (and then to LogC; log profiles are wide gamut): Hlg Pre to VLog EC LogC
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    GH5 to Alexa Conversion

    Both, though Braw is recommended for its unique advantages in this arena (accurate post WB etc.)
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    GH5 to Alexa Conversion

    From the numbers, it sounds like its going to have a smaller pixel pitch. Grant noted that it would be 'almost identical', or something to that effect, but we'll have to see
  8. Going by the numbers, it appears the pixel pitch will be decidedly smaller. I wonder if it'll use the dual Iso approach, given the different nature of the sensor
  9. That 2.8k 120p mode is compelling
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    GH5 to Alexa Conversion

    It was made for the GH5 originally. I'd recommend Cine-D in that scenario over VLog for codec integrity, and/or recording externally to 10 bit. I've seen a few examples over time, here is one:
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    GH5 to Alexa Conversion

    Awesome shots man, really nice
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    GH5 to Alexa Conversion

    Nice work guys; sure, Aces is a viable route (VLog -> LogC -> Aces). With the next release though, EC will really exceed the aesthetics of standard LogC routes in every way Well, I've certainly blown through my own deadlines. Best steer clear of further prediction until the exact date can be guaranteed beyond a doubt. Progress on the P4K is good (which directly benefits the S, and 5). Here is the first 'P4Ka in the wild': EC MAIN EC LINEAR
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    GH5 to Alexa Conversion

    An excellent channel; very well spoken. His lighting reviews have been a great resource for me So cool man, very metal 🤘
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    GH5 to Alexa Conversion

    It would be 0-1023 for VLog I believe (which is locked on the GH5 for VLog). Another advantage to the S1 vs the 5, is that it apparently can accept full look-ups for preview? The GH5 .vlt interpolation is shoddy next to the S1 and P4K here. Saw these this week, I was really impressed: Yan Berthemy sent this to me:
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    GH5 to Alexa Conversion

    I hope to get there; I've been getting a lot of requests for the S1 lately. At the moment its the P4K, S, XT3 and S1 on the horizon. I expect to keep a swift pace once the P4K is out. David L'Abbée, who has been fundamental to GHa since the beginning, sent this yesterday:
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