The 5203 stock is a part of the Kodak Vision3 family. Said to be Kodaks “magic stock” known for extreme color separation that draws the viewer into the story. The data used in this emulation has an unknown origin, but has been available at multiple high-end facilities for decades and are used as the film print emulation base on numerous large productions.
Fuji Eterna is a colorful film stock with bold contrast, soft highlights that blends painterly into the midtones, and natural skin tones. Countless legendary movies are shot with this stock.
Fujifilm Eterna SR12 is an old low saturated emulation with extreme pop and super soft highlights. Still very popular for its distinct characteristics.
Fuji 3510 is a colorful film stock, with textured shadows, soft highlights and natural skin tones. Some compare 5310 with the popular Fujifilm 400h stock that is used by many top still photographers.
This Eastman stock is known to have an “endless depth-of-field”, and is very popular among both feature film and commercial cinematographers. Also said to be the preferred choice for shooting food and products because of its vivid and beautiful tones.
Kodachrome is an old stock with soft and subtle yet distinct colors. Kodak produced several versions of the stock and it was very popular especially on European and Indie films. This version is developed at Warner Bros and used on numerous high-end productions.
This is the emulation many colorists associate with the “Kodak look”, known for its rich contrast and cinematic colors. The Kharma version is created by legendary color scientist Mitch Bogdanowicz, used on countless feature films and can only be bought on this site. The Kharma collection also includes a version of 2383 based on a true data set generated by the image science company Light Illusion.
Ektachrome is the “creative film stock” with very soft and distinct colors that has challenged filmmakers to create uniqe images since its origin. This version is developed at Warner Bros and used on numerous high-end productions.
Disclaimer: The look of the LUT can dramatically change based on balance and exposure, and will only work properly on footage with the color spaces they are made for. Follow this guide for best result.