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#1 Jerry Murrel

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Posted 15 February 2015 - 06:00 PM

I'm interested in hearing from editors who have used FilmConvert.

 

How well does it match specific film stocks, such as 5279, 5219, etc?

 

Are any of the older EXR stocks supplied as LUTs?

 

http://filmconvert.c...romo_code=bloom

 

-Jerry Murrel

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#2 Satsuki Murashige

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Posted 15 February 2015 - 11:23 PM

Hi Jerry,

I can't speak to matching but I can tell you the cine stock choices are a bit limited.

5207 - Kodak v3 250D
5213 - Kodak v3 200T
8543 - Fuji Eterna 160T Vivid
8553 - Fuji Eterna 250T
8563 - Fuji Eterna 250D

And then a bunch of stills stocks:
Color Reversal - Fuji Astia 100, Provia 100, Velvia 100
B&W Negative - Fuji Neopan, Ilford Delta 400, Delta 3200, FP4, Kodak TMax 100, Tri-X 400
Color Negative - Fuji 400H, 160s, Superia 400, Kodak Portra 400
Polaroid 600

The only ones I use consistently are: Fuji 8553 (warm, lower con color neg look), Kodak 5213 (cool, contrasty color neg look), Ilford Delta 3200 (blsck and white). Most of the still film emulations don't look right to me.
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#3 Jerry Murrel

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Posted 16 February 2015 - 05:12 AM

Thanks Satsuki,

 

Your answer is very helpful.

 

-Jerry

Hi Jerry,

I can't speak to matching but I can tell you the cine stock choices are a bit limited.

5207 - Kodak v3 250D
5213 - Kodak v3 200T
8543 - Fuji Eterna 160T Vivid
8553 - Fuji Eterna 250T
8563 - Fuji Eterna 250D

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The only ones I use consistently are: Fuji 8553 (warm, lower con color neg look), Kodak 5213 (cool, contrasty color neg look), Ilford Delta 3200 (blsck and white). Most of the still film emulations don't look right to me.


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