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  1. Slog2 color graded in Davinci with the immense benefit of the logarist workflow. Grain added to dither some banding issues
  2. Mostly sonya7s2, some bm pocket sprinkled here and there. Graded in resolve, ohhh and the joy of using logarist. I hope you'll enjoy it (there's English and korean subs burnt-in)
  3. Filmconvert a7s profiles are now available for download: http://www.filmconvert.com/download/Download_camera_packs.aspx. I must say that I didn't like the colors of a7s image at all, but now with filmconvert it looks very good to me. I've made a quick test with all the film profiles except b&w ones, adjusted contrast, raised saturation to 120 and added 30%grain. Also before filmconvert, denoised with Neat Video and sharpened a little bit. Didn't bother to make it perfect, I was just interested to see how the colors look. Here is the link for test video download: https://copy.com/yXnrsf0qmxoZTjbl
  4. Using picture profile 7 on the A7S uses Slog2 Gamma and S-Gamut Color Mode. This can result in green/yellow splotches on skintones after converting Slog2 into something that looks close to Rec709. WB settings in camera or after correction in post don't appear to matter: only certain shades of skintones have the color issues. While this can be fixed with qualifier color range correction tools, that's a lot of extra work. I found that changing the Color Mode to Cinema appears to fix the color issue (Pro Color Mode also looks pretty good). It's not clear how this might affect dynamic range (figure primarily related to gamma/luma), as that's a major point of using Slog2, however so far the results look pretty good.
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