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    ACCORDING TO THE RAVEN MANUAL: UNDER "LOOKS":

    Looks: These allow you to save the specific color, image, white balance, and detail settings to be used for other
    projects. Looks that are generated in-camera display on the Camera Presets tab. Looks that are generated in
    REDCINE-X PRO and are imported to the camera display on the Looks tab.

    So I would imagine there is a way you can develop a "LUT" for say and import them into your RAVEN....
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    Not sure if Raven works the same way as the DSMC1, hardware but this is how I do it.

    https://vimeo.com/42740405
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    Yeah, I'd argue that in most cases it's more effort than it's worth. It certainly wouldn't help with exposure as much as the raw exposure checks, though it *might* help with the look/production design a little (granted it might impress people watching the client monitor).

    Conversely, if it's really important to you, you can always get a 3rd party monitor with LUT support, and do the same thing as the more expensive cameras do for a fraction of the cost.
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