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I thought I'd make a sticky thread for sharing original camera files direct off the card.

Always interesting for people to try the original files without having to look at someone else's grading and compression via Vimeo or YouTube!

Let's get a bunch of stuff up here and make a little vault!

We have so many cameras between us on these forums. 1D C, Red One, Cinema DNG, C300 II, FS7, we can really build up a nice collection.

Here's my initial contribution:

XAVC-L from the FS5 in 8bit 4K and 10bit 1080p -

http://we.tl/yQO2ZM4HdA

Comparison with Cinema DNG raw from the 5D Mark II / Magic Lantern -

http://we.tl/HOACsCROeZ

Got any Red ONE files Mattias?

Also we need to find a better file host than WeTransfer as that only keeps hold of stuff for a couple of weeks and after that we'd have a bunch of dead links. But if you want to share WeTransfer links anyway, please do go ahead until we find a more permanent solution and I will keep a backup of all the files on my drive.

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EOSHD Pro Color for Sony cameras EOSHD Pro LOG for Sony CamerasEOSHD C-LOG and Film Profiles for All Canon DSLRs

Red One MX

4.5K at max compression (=worst possible image ;) )
24fps
ISO800
Nikkor 17-35mm @ f4
24fps

http://www.filedropper.com/a165c0190101j8rdc

(The focus is ok until she gets bored and lays down)

Frame Grabs:

Ungraded,
frameung_1.1.1.md.jpg

Quick Grade,
framegrade_1.1.1_1.1.2.md.jpg
 

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For anyone interested in a GH4 (VLOG-L) + Atomos Ninja Assassin combo

 

File Linkhttp://www.filedropper.com/assassins001s001t013 (1.88 GB)

Camera: GH4 (VLOG-L Profile) + Atomos Ninja Assassin
Lens: Sigma 18-35 + Metabones Speedbooster XL, F1.8, ISO400
File: Apple ProRes 422 10-bit, 4k (3840x2160), 24fps

 

Frame Grabs

Ungraded:
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Graded (IWLTBAP 9280 LUT):  
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I save everything, so I should have some contributions here.

First up, Canon 1DC 4k

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3W9u9cu-URWUE1oamQwekRwWGs/view?usp=sharing

F/5.6, 70-200 II @ 175mm, Portrait profile 0,-2,-1,+2  WB: 5200

(If you have the camera settings and lenses let's include those too) :)

Up next, the amazing and stunning Canon 5d3 RAW - Shot at F/1.6 I believe with the 85 1.2 L II + a ton of ND.

Might be the best looking footage I've ever shot from a pure aesthetic point of view.  

Sorry I no longer have the DNG files, but this was brought into Adobe After Effects and I only adjusted the ACR sliders.  That's it.  No "looks" or anything like that.  From Sept 2014:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3W9u9cu-URWcGlZdGRyYUxHRDg/view?usp=sharing

Tough to argue that anything looks better color wise for the money. 

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Panasonic AF100 from Oct 2011 - Shot near OSU Campus, Columbus Ohio.  Forget the lens; perhaps the 20mm F/1.7.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3W9u9cu-URWS2plWl9PbGpsODg/view?usp=sharing

 

Here's another 5d3 raw clip with the 300 2.8 IS.  I had no ND or drop in filters, and as such the shutter is far too high. 

But look at those colors! :)

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3W9u9cu-URWZWlLbEFZSE1QZG8/view?usp=sharing

 

Sony FS700 240FPS - I adjusted the WB in post as this was a rental back in 2014 and I was testing it...

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3W9u9cu-URWRkxrYXFFZDFZZUk/view?usp=sharing

 

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Sony a7s at nighttime - straight out of the camera.  Halloween 2014, and it was pretty damn dark.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3W9u9cu-URWWkRKSUpFaWlqSG8/view?usp=sharing

Canon 1dc in 1080p 60 frames per second.  These files are huge @ 500 megabit so these will be short. 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3W9u9cu-URWaTZHd0ZwMHVqQ3M/view?usp=sharing

Settings:

24-70 F/4 L IS @ 61mm F/5.6, 1/160 shutter (should have been 1/125) 5200 WB ISO 160

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I did an interview for a contestant for the show "Face Off" on the Sci-Fi channel.  She had been selected the season prior to this but couldn't attend.  This was the B roll from the Canon 70d.  Settings:  85 1.8 @ @ F/2, ISO 800, Standard 0,-2,-1

70d MOV file:  https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3W9u9cu-URWbWQxOGJHQWNXWXM/view?usp=sharing

Last one for now.

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Here are two 5Dii Raw DNGs
If you haven't I suggest trying Resolve and switch them to BMDFilm LOG. After that they behave pretty much exactly like BMD Prores.
Also just setting the LGG and adding a tad of Saturation and Contrast looks nice. Canon colors are still top notch.
That's what I didi to the two shots of the dog in the video bellow.

 

http://www.filedropper.com/0000002
http://www.filedropper.com/000000

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Great thread idea, unfortunately the first couple of upload links have already expired.
Andrew, maybe you could post some instructions for people who want to share their files, to post them on a permanent hosting platform?

Mattias, would it be possible to reupload those RED files again? Would love to try them out in FCPX.

Here are a couple BMPCC ProRes LT files with the 14mm Lumix lens at ISO800:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByLAHzgYdPquTFVZaVZOZy1FY3M/view?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByLAHzgYdPquOHY5NW1hOXYzWXc/view?usp=sharing

 

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Canon 5D MkIII ML Raw filmed with a Canon 24-105 IS f4 lens and converted with MLRawViewer to C-log DNG's:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7jxay72e2zEMzF6b3JzRGd3cGc

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7jxay72e2zEdlFJNWlqOUJVYUk

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7jxay72e2zEdmZwbFRCY1ZueFk

(This was an earlier ML version with silent DNG's, no audio included.)

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https://www.dropbox.com/sh/y5mybob4z04kbnm/AABIV6WJncenPALOmvQiV45Ra?dl=0

10 Samsung NX1 files I shot from today.

These are converted to a LOG style with the EOSHD LOG conversion LUT from H265 to ProRes 422 via EditReady following all of Andrew's in-cam settings and conversion process.

Each clip around 3-5 seconds. DropBox folder link is 3.13GB !! 

2160p. 24fps. Samsung 16-50/2-28 & SLR Magic Variable ND ii ... all hand held with IS and DIS turned on. Default Gamma DR settings (green set at 95) with sharpening set at -10. MBL = 0, 16-235.

I'd love to see how other people can grade these clips :) 

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Glad the footage is useful. Yeah, that dog is Mattias' dog's cousin in HK :) 

I tried correcting the flat footage first and then adding a Arii/Alexa/Rec709 profile over the top from FilmConvert. The EOSHD Log LUT makes the NX1 so much more interesting for me.

 

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Does anybody have canon 1dc 4k footage shot with canon 11-24f4 lens? I am interested how the 11 and 24mm would look like with 4k crop. (it shoud give 14-31 equivalent). On 1DXII it would be like 15-33 so quite an interesting set.

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