Fujifilm X-T2 Look Up Table for F-Log Now Available

Fujifilm just released the LUT for the Fujifilm X-T2 for videographers. If you’re not familiar with a look up table and want to learn more you can get an over view here.

“The key takeaway here is that LUTs are not used to creatively grade a final result, they’re used to make up a difference between a source and a result. In practical application — with the CineStyle profile, for instance — the LUT will let you view your footage during editing more naturally than the flat, desaturated image originally recorded. However, it’s best to remove it for final color grading and rely on your properly calibrated monitor to tell you what color it is and yourself to determine what color it should be. If not used carefully, improper LUT use could screw up your footage or limit your image manipulation options in post.”


This LUT file is to edit 4K movie data of X-T2 recorded in external HDMI devices with the mode of the “HDMI F-Log” under the “4K MOVIE OUTPUT” in the “MOVIE SETTING” when the data is edited by a movie editor on your PC or Mac.

F-Log 3D-LUT file

F-Log Data sheet

Via Fujifilm

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