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Best LUTs for Samsung NX1?


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I second James Miller's Deluts, they're fun to play with although a lot of them are a little too 'instagrammy' for me, sacrificing too much highlight detail for milky blacks, that sort of thing. When you find one that works though, most so the time it looks awesome.

I've had great success with the IWTLBAP LUTs that Benjamin sells on the forum here, fantastic value for just $20 and he is constantly updating them too.

I also have really like using Neumann Films' cinema LUT from their blockbuster looks pack. It's free, and just goes really well with the gamma dr profile I use. If I have to grade something in a hurry I can pretty much just slap it on there and it looks great right out the gate.

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3 hours ago, Parker said:

I second James Miller's Deluts, they're fun to play with although a lot of them are a little too 'instagrammy' for me, sacrificing too much highlight detail for milky blacks, that sort of thing. When you find one that works though, most so the time it looks awesome.

I've had great success with the IWTLBAP LUTs that Benjamin sells on the forum here, fantastic value for just $20 and he is constantly updating them too.

I also have really like using Neumann Films' cinema LUT from their blockbuster looks pack. It's free, and just goes really well with the gamma dr profile I use. If I have to grade something in a hurry I can pretty much just slap it on there and it looks great right out the gate.

I totally forgot to mention IWTLKBAP lut pack, but I use them quite frequently, they are totally awesome IMO and worth the price.

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30 minutes ago, timmyturntable said:

For the IWTLKBAP lut pack, do you guys typically use the .709 REC file or the LOG version of the LUT?

I just use the rec 709 ones, they work fine. The online previewer thing is what I like the best with that, so I can just pull a screengrab from my timeline and quickly cycle through a bunch of different looks instead of having to painstakingly change LUTs in premiere over and over again until I find what I'm looking for. 

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