I tried the OpenFX “FilmConvert Pro” in DaVinci Resolve.
And I adjusted some exposure and saturation.
①Shooting with the "Lossless compressed CinemaDNG RAW” file.
②Importing the CinemaDNG RAW file to DaVinci Resolve, and exporting as the ProRes422 file.
③Importing the ProRes422 file to FCP X and editing.
④Exporting XML file from FCP X.
⑤Importing XML file to DaVinci Resolve.
⑥Color Correcting & Grading in DaVinci Resolve.
⑦Round trip to FCP X.
Camera & Lens: Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera & NOKTON 25mm F0.95
Aperture: F1.4, F8.0(Lamp), F0.95(Flower)
ISO: 800ASA、White Balance: 4500K
Shutter Angle: 180º
Recording Format: Lossless compressed CinemaDNG RAW.
Dynamic Range: Film、Frame Rate: 25fps
Redording Media: Sandisk 64GB Extreme Pro SDXC UHS-I
Edit: FCP X
Color Grading: DaVinci Resolve(OpenFX “FilmConvert Pro”)