This is a short little test I did on my roof. Not scientific by any means, and not everything matches because the light was fading fast and I didn't spend the time grading to match shot to shot. The only grading I did was add the film convert look and tweak contrast a little on a shot by shot basis. I also used a 3-way color wheel to pop skin tones and accentuate some of the cool fill light in the shadows.

THINGS I LEARNED: The film convert Red Profile works much better than the Alexa. I think the Alexa is slightly green usually and the Epic is slightly magenta usually. Which means when I used the Alexa Look Profile my image turned magenta. I think the F5 leans a little towards magenta similar to RED, so that profile worked best. Unfortunately they do not have an F5/55 specific Look Profile.

Also, film converts 3-way color wheel is very annoying to use. I do not recommend using that for adding contrast/adjusting colors. I used it for this, but found it very cumbersome...

SETTINGS:
CAMERA: Sony F5
LENSES: Zeiss Contax Primes (35/2.8 & 50/1.4)
CODEC: HDCAM SR 4:4:4 RGB
FPS: 23.976
WB: 5500K
ISO: 1250
VARIABLE F-STOPS & ND DEPENDING ON LIGHT

FILM CONVERT SETTINGS
Camera Profile: Red Epic X RedGamma3 RedLogFilm
Film Stock: Fuji SuperX 400
100% Film
100% Curve
0% Grain

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