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I made one myself so that I can properly monitor what I'm recording and see if I set my WB correctly.

It's meant for X-T3 HLG profile and is based on simple Resolve adjustments: some contrast tweaks and a couple of Color Space Transforms.

Nothing groundbreaking, but can be used as a simple, non-technical input LUT.

Here it is, if anyone wants to take a look at it:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1hdFQBsLDf3Fxb50o8qxyyrUd24IDWvzt

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