CRONUS LUTs package (3 Free LUTs)

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Michiel Bollen

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CRONUS LUTs package (3 Free LUTs)

PostMon Aug 07, 2017 3:59 pm

Hi guys,

I've been a freelance colorist for a couple of years and people have been asking me a lot for LUTs to help them grade their footage. So since august 1st I've started with selling LUTs Packages.

You can download a free demo LUT package with 3 LUTs (Rec709 and Log versions) to play around with over at :

The first package I've made is the "Cronus cinematic grading package" it contains +60 creative and utility LUTs.

Check it out and let me know what you guys think! Your feedback is appreciated!

Some of my previous work


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Nick Gombinsky

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Re: CRONUS LUTs package (3 Free LUTs)

PostMon Aug 07, 2017 7:16 pm

Hey Michiel!

For what cameras are they for?

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PostMon Aug 07, 2017 8:43 pm

Hi Nick,

Included the Cronus package our conversion LUTs for following camera brands log profiles :

Log to Rec709 conversion


ARRI Clog to Rec709 v1
ARRI Clog to Rec709 v2


BMCC to Rec709
URSA 4K to Rec709
URSA 4.6K to Rec709


Canon Clog to Rec709


DJI Dlog to Rec709
DJI Phantom4 Dlog to Rec709
MAVIC pro D-LOG to Rec709


Panasonic Vlog to Rec709

REDlog to Rec709 v1
REDlog to Rec709 v2
REDlog to Rec709 v3

Slog to Rec709
Slog to Rec709
Slog3 to Rec709

Technicolor to Rec709

The 50 creative LUTs each have two versions :

Rec709 : Destined for footage that's already balanced, these LUTs only contains the the color transformation.

So you can do the balancing of the image on your own and add the LUT as a color look.

LOG: Destined for log footage, these LUTs contain the color transformation and a standard Rec709 to log conversion.

Less work but not as precise as the method mentioned above.

If you have any other questions don't hesitate to ask!



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