ETERNA Vs. Other Film Simulation
One of the questions X shooters have at the moment, is how the ETERNA compares to other film simulations.
Keith did a quick comparison on his blog here. He says:
“what I see doesn’t surprise me coming to Eterna as it is a film simulation designed for videographers, aka – designed for further color grading and as such is characterized by subdued color presentations and rich shadow tones.“
Also, as Dan said at our Fujifilm X-H1 group here, “Eterna is muted for a reason. In video, you want the eye’s attention focused on the action/actors not drawn to the entire frame’s vista.”
And in today’s Cinema5D interview, Fujifilm Manager Jun Watanabe-san said: “Current film simulations, even Pro Neg, are too brilliant and not suitable for long time viewing. Hence we developed ETERNA.”
ETERNA on Lightroom with X-T2 & More
Just recently we told you about a hack, that allows you to apply the ETERNA film simulation to any of your X-Trans III cameras in Lightroom. Make sure to check out this article at fujirumors.com.
What the F-Log is ETERNA?
Neale James Youtube – What the F-Log is Eterna?! Video review Fujifilm X-H1