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I don't have a profile, but I've found that rating it a stop brighter works best. If you're shooting in 2000EI, light to 1000 ISO on your meter and things will look close-to-correct. iirc this is because Sony sets their ISOs with the shutter turned off, so when we're at 180° we need to compensate for the stop loss. I've found my favorite profile is the LC709 type A, but I've also heard that the Venice LUT works better, as does the Arri SLOG LUT.

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