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It highly depends on your Bit-depth and scene and post-production. If you're trying to maximize for dynamic range and avoid clipping highlights for example, you should reduce contrast as much as possible (and also expose for the highlights). However, by doing that you might lose details in the midtones (separation of colors and luma), which might lead to ...


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This is most likely a compression issue from chroma subsampling and 8-bit log footage. Log footage does have very little contrast and saturation so that it does not clip. However, that means that your colors are compressed into a small range of possible values. By applying a LUT (or adding contrast and saturation) afterwards, you basically reverse that but ...


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