So... first impressions. V-Log is pretty underwhelming to say the least. I don't know if anyone's experience was different than mine, but I'll lay it out there. V-Log in 1080p is unusable IMO. No matter how you do it, it's got a ton of noise and banding. A very undesirable image. V-Log in UHD/4k is good. While I can still see noise and banding, it is spread out better (likely due to the increase of pixels) to the point where it is almost unnoticeable. My verdict as of right now is that you really need an external recorder with 10bit for V-Log to really shine, but if you expose properly, you will be happy with V-Log color in 4k. I was very pleased with the skin tones that I get out of this camera! I am attaching a text document with a detailed exploration of exposure with V-Log, but the short version is this... White Clips at 75 Gray is 43 Black Clips at 11 (Working on a video to demonstrate) Also I have attached my first version of an improved VLog-709 LUT, would love if anyone would test it out and tell me what they think, like/dislike to improve it.