The company has partnered with FilmConvert  to offer three free, custom LUTs to those who register their Atomos devices today: one for your specific camera, and two designed by renowned DPs Philip Bloom and Nino Leitner

When we think of LUTs, we sometimes think of this Lutz. But we've explained LUTs before; they're a little like an "Instagram filter for your video footage, but way more complicated and powerful."

An acronym for Look Up Table, LUTs have been around for a long time and are a useful way for color graders to think about footage. But if you're reading this article, you probably know most of this, and if not, then those two links (plus this pithy definition from Fujiwill fill you in.

Atomos creates products that combine "recording, monitoring, playback & editing into a single touchscreen device to enable faster, higher quality and more affordable video production" and their products integrate with FilmConvert, which "enables you to add film color & grain to your video in a few simple clicks." FilmConvert is available as a plug-in or standalone.

For more information on LUTs, FilmConvert, or Atomos, head on over to this link, which is where some of you lucky people can download your very own free LUTs.