How to Properly Use N-Log and Why I’m No Longer Using ProRes RAW on my Nikon Z6

I was using the Nikon N-Log LUT incorrectly, and now that I think I know what I’m doing, I’m getting better results. Furthermore, I can use my favorite video editor – DaVinci Resolve. Even though ProRes RAW offers many benefits, it’s biggest downfall is that it requires you to use Final Cut Pro X. In this video, I’ll show you how I grade N-Log using the LUT for best results – there’s a key step that I was forgetting. I hope you’ll find this useful.

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