Got it. Yeah, the Leeming Lut One site that Michael posted suggests exposing to the right and then moving it back to neutral in post.
Awesome, thanks! I think I'm gonna get an Atomos Samurai which will give me that 422 color space....
I currently own the Quick Cage for my GH4, but I also seriously considered the Walimex. I actually did extensive research on cages and also narrowed it down to the Quick Cage and Walimex cage, and was even about to pull the trigger on the Walimex when it was on sale and cheaper than the Quick Cage, but I waited to long and it reverted to its original retail price, which was more expensive than the Quick Cage. As a result, I got a Quick Cage instead. Without having experience with both cages, I do believe that they are very similar in build and functionality, with the Walimex being slightly more versatile as it doesn't require the purchase of additional arms to fit on different sized cameras.
All that being said, I love my Quick Cage, and it pretty much lives on my GH4 permanently. It doesn't get in the way of camera functionality whatsoever, and in fact lends weight and even another gripping point to the camera. It's tapped with 1/4 20's and 3/8's *everywhere*, allowing you to mount stuff anywhere. Just the other day, I shot a presentation (solo) and needed to have my audio recorder mounted somewhere where I could keep an eye on the levels, with the only appropriate spot being on the top cheese-plate. This took up most of the room on the cheese-plate, leaving no room to mount my shotgun mic, so I just mounted it on the side-arm, which is also tapped with 1/4 20's.
Overall, I am very, very happy with the Quick Cage because it adds a ton of functionality to my rig without getting in the way at all. I highly recommend it.
Don't his guides cost money though? I'm of course not above paying money for a service, but for right now I'm just looking for clarification on this one topic without committing to a entire guide, though I may spring for it once I get set up.
Yes, I am ultimately aiming for a 2.39:1 output.
Thanks for all of the help, everybody. To clarify a little bit, I understand that there are many elements that come together to achieve that "film" look, but I am primarily concerned with matters pertaining to a MFT sensor (and I've received a lot of feedback about that, so thank you); specifically aspects of that particular sensor type that need to be taken into consideration when crafting a particular filmic look, i.e. crop factor, GH4-specific native abnormalities in skin-tone, which lenses look best on a MFT sensor, etc.
Thanks very much, Guy. Very helpful.