Really good article. I was at NAB this year and came across OSEE Americas, they manufacture most of the Professional monitor that get rebranded by (Wohler and Marshall and other companies) they just launched as a company in the US, and their monitors are Centered on LUT import capabilities. Do you think this will get rid of the Grading in Post Production - as you can just apply at LUT on set, see your end product, and then reapply the same LUT through post?
For a person like myself who doesn't have as much experience in grading: buying a Monitor for production that allows me to apply LUTs - so I can shoot raw and still see my end image - and having the option to download various LUTs from professionals to load into my Monitors and Editing programs just seems like the best option.
Basically do you feel like this will eliminate jobs, make work easier, and open up the idea of having a Professional monitor on every set - as opposed to some Liliput monitor?