in , ,

CineMatch 1.04 Update adds Canon R5 and R6 Support

You can now match your Canon EOS R6 or R5 to many other Canon, Sony, Blackmagic and RED cameras

Canon EOS R5 sensor front no lens
Image by Canon

Camera matching plugin CineMatch expands their supported cameras with the addition of Canon EOS R5 and R6 in latest version 1.04. Now available to download for either Resolve or Premiere Pro, CineMatch offers a quick and easy way to match two cameras with some impressive results. 

The company previous released firmware update v1.03, which brought more color refinement improvements and support for a few more cameras. 

Match Two Cameras with a Few Clicks

Put simply – CineMatch is a camera-matching plugin, which allows you to match two cameras instantly with just a few clicks. It is the brainchild of some very smart folks over at FilmConvert, which you’ve probably used already. 

What makes CineMatch different is that it can utilize the unique sensor data from supported cameras, thus giving you a much better result and saving you a lot of time. 

It offers speed and versatility and is perfect for video creators frequently working with different cameras on projects with quick turnaround times.

It’s main benefit is that of saving you lots of time fiddling about in Resolve or Premiere.

CineMatch comes to DaVinci Resolve – Read More!

In addition, CineMatch also provides you with a solid and balanced starting point for your color grade. 

Furthermore, the company also recently added support for the Sony a7s III. Their list of supported cameras is constantly growing, and if you can’t find your camera on the list – you can request it here

Cinematch plugin for Davinci Resolve Filmconvert
CineMatch in Resolve – Image by FilmConvert/Cinematch

List of Supported Cameras:

  • Newly added – Canon EOS R5 and EOS R6
  • Sony a7s III / Sony a7 III
  • Sony FS5, FS7, FX9, VENICE
  • Z CAM E2 S6
  • RED DSMC2 and older;
  • ARRI Alexa
  • Blackmagic Pocket 4K 
  • Blackmagic Pocket 6K
  • URSA Mini Pro 4.6K, URSA Mini Pro G2
  • Canon C200, C300 Mark II, Canon EOS C70, 5D Mark IV, and more.

How much is CineMatch? 

The CineMatch plugin is currently available for either Premiere Pro or DaVinci Resolve with a 20% discount for $199 USD. Additionally, if you use both software suites for your video production you can get them in a bundle for $299. 

To learn more and try out CineMatch for yourself before you buy, head over to their website here

Kinefinity Mavo EDGE

Kinefinity Mavo EDGE 8K will not have ProRes Raw (at launch)

sony fx3 prores raw

ProRes RAW from Sony FX3 to Atomos Ninja V coming soon