Well... its not supposed to be easy. And even after that it wont be perfect.
The top chart was shot with the 5D4 with a 24-70 2.8L II in c-log. C-log completely desaturated.
The bottom chart was shot with the FS7 II with a Fujinon MK18-55 2.9 in cinegamma s-log3.
Assuming that the Canon has better colorscience, these are the hoops that seperate the two. Its weird... its like one of the two companies specifically twist red, yellow and green a lot and blue and skin color ever so slightly.
After de-slogging and WB, all changes were made to specific colors with hue vs hue, hue vs sat and hue vs lum.
I ended up resetting the general Sat node... What do you think? Is this close enough? And will the Sony footage hold up to additional grading after this? I would expect to "fix" the shots used the least. This was just to see how close you could get in a Canon / Sony setup.
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