It doesn't help anyone if you still don't actually mention any numbers.
It's actually really simple if you just state a going rate, no guru required.
So, for anyone starting out and struggling with how to set a fair price. Aim to charge around £550 a day and you'll be doing fine. You might need to bump up the rate if specific gear is required and for travel etc. By the time you make a name for yourself you'll know if you can charge more or not.
First of all, it's not a hack. Far too many people getting themselves all excited thinking they are Mr Robot. It's an option in the software provided by Panasonic, you simply select it in a menu like you would any other profile. It's also not stealing, which people seem to be accusing others of, like above, it's an option in the menu when you install the software. Also, it stinks of some kind of awareness raising effort. I doubt very much it's a coincidence that V-Log L could be pre-ordered for those already excited to get a hold of it. For everyone else, would they even know about it? Would they care? But a leak, something for free, a 'hack' gets everyone talking and checking it out. It's a common enough marketing technique these days. It's so simple and so obvious that there is no way Panasonic couldn't have known about it, it's a freaking option in a menu! :)
I would suggest getting hold of it to try it out before spending the $99 as in my opinion it's not really a great log format that introduces more post production work than it does dynamic range.