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v1.0.1 LookLabs Digital Film Stock (DFS)

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LookLabs Digital Film Stock (DFS)
  

Film is back...with a vengeance

DFS instantly gives you the natural look of film and the most flexible set of LUTs on the market. The DFS bundle includes 19 LUTs that perfectly emulate the most popular Kodak and Fuji film stocks. DFS comes in both REC.709 and LOG video formats and all SpeedLooks camera patches work with today’s most popular digital cinema and mirrorless cameras. DFS even makes your Android videos look like film!


LookLabs Digital Film Stock (DFS) Highlights

DFS Complete is the full set of 19 film emulation LUTs, come in Rec.709 and LOG video formats and, include all SpeedLooks camera patches.

KODAK 5201
KODAK 5205
KODAK 5212
KODAK 5217
KODAK 5218
KODAK 5219
KODAK 5222
KODAK 5229
KODAK 5231
KODAK 5245M
KODAK 5299
KODAK SFX
FUJI 64D
FUJI ETERNA250D
FUJI ETERNA250T
FUJI ETERNA400T
FUJI ETERNA500T
FUJI F125
FUJI REALA500D

 

 

LookLabs Digital Film Stock (DFS) Before and After Examples

LookLabs Digital Film Stock (DFS) Before and After ExamplesLookLabs Digital Film Stock (DFS) Before and After Examples
LookLabs Digital Film Stock (DFS) Before and After ExamplesLookLabs Digital Film Stock (DFS) Before and After Examples
LookLabs Digital Film Stock (DFS) Before and After ExamplesLookLabs Digital Film Stock (DFS) Before and After Examples

 

Host Compatibility

  • DaVinci Resolve (Studio & Standard)
  • Adobe Speedgrade CC
  • Adobe Premiere CC-2020
  • Adobe After Effects CC-2020
  • Adobe Photoshop CC-2020
  • Final Cut Pro X
  • Motion 5
  • Avid MC 7
  • Shake
  • Pandora Revolution/Pixi
  • CineForm Studio Premium
  • Nuke
  • Scratch
  • Film Master
  • Quantal Pablo
  • BaseLight
  • Autodesk FLAME, LUSTRE, and SMOKE

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