FilmConvert has just announced that a new picture profile for the Panasonic LUMIX S5 has been added. You now have the ability to quickly and easily grade Panasonic S5 footage with either FilmConvert or FilmConvert Nitrate and get accurate colors with a sweet film look. Let’s take a closer look at it!
If you’re new to FilmConvert, this plugin (also available as a standalone app) allows you to grade your footage and simulate the look, including color and grain, of various film stocks easily. Their latest plugin, FilmConvert Nitrate that we discussed here, is slowly starting to replace the original FilmConvert Pro plugin, with more features and control over your desired look.
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For FilmConvert’s plugins to work the best possible way and grade your footage accurately, you have to select your camera and the picture profile you shot with at the beginning of the process. Dozens of camera packs are available to download directly from FilmConvert’s website and cover many mirrorless/cinema cameras released since their launch in 2012.
The team at FilmConvert has been working hard lately, releasing various custom profiles for the Canon EOS C70, the “low-light monster” Sony a7S III, and last year the Panasonic LUMIX S1 and S1H. Today, they introduced a new one for the Panasonic S5.
FilmConvert Profile for Panasonic LUMIX S5
The current Panasonic LUMIX range of cameras consists of the S1H, S1R, S1, and S5. If you missed it, you could watch our full review of this incredible full-frame mirrorless camera here. This camera packs a lot for the price, and it can even record Apple ProRes RAW with the Atomos Ninja V.
The Panasonic LUMIX S5 is out since September 2020, and if you’re one of the lucky owners, FilmConvert now has your back with their latest profile for the S5.
As usual with FilmConvert, this camera profile is available to download for free. For more information and download it, please visit FilmConvert’s website here.
What do you think about FilmConvert Nitrate? Did you already try it out? Are you already shooting with the Panasonic S5? Don’t hesitate to let us know in the comments below!