Yeah I agree, it's not that hard to color match cameras, but my point is: canon has a segmented line for the C cameras. C200 is a tough competitor for sony and panasonic. I got a fs7, but now considering a c200 for the next one.
Don't think canon will give what their cinema line has on a still camera. Just the basic for fast, no budget filmmaker. They're showing from the 5d mklV up to now.
Go sony. Canon doesn't seem to care anyway...
Buy a c200 and you'll have canon's beautiful color science and everything else, like raw, for instance. Great deal in my book.
8bit and 550 nits? Nop. Far from being a dream monitor...
Yeah still waiting for mine too...
What a great essay! kudos to Master Kurosawa
Quite hard to comp something CGI on the plate with a png. That's why we comp this with multichannel EXRs. I'm a Vray user and for that normally I would go with render elements such as raw light, raw reflection, filter, AO, shadows on separated layer (maya user here), even utility elements such as normals and point position.
Also the reflection on the teapot is a dead giveaway. I would use a IBL render with a proper HDRI image from the actual plate, in that case, the room or something close, so we have the actual light from the environment casting shadows correctly, and also reflection. Those are major if you want something realistic in your shot.
But the mach grain and and adding a little bit of blur is crucial indeed. You could do even a "fresnel" pass or element in max or maya just to blur the edges according to this map depending on the look you want.