These presets are based on the Adobe Standard camera profile. This makes them work with any camera supported by Adobe. I didn’t find any files from Canon, Nikon, Fuji, or Sony that looked significantly different from the Canon 5d Mark III these were designed for. Nikon users might notice a difference between d810 & d5 images, but a simple contrast adjustment was all that was needed to make them match.
The color presets have a slight RGB curve for overall tonality. They don’t crush the highlights or shadows, leaving a clean look. The heavy lifting is done with the individual color curves and the H/S/L sliders. The basic panel’s sliders are left relatively untouched, leaving for more room to make further adjustments.
The one slightly negative technical facet is that the exposure slider is included in the preset, making it annoying to apply over previously processed work. This is a simple fix once you’ve installed the presets, you can apply one of the presets and then right click on the preset and click “update preset with current settings”. Then uncheck the boxes for: exposure, white balance, spot removal, local adjustments, and crop.
Above photos are Canon 5d Mark IV by Matt & Tish Photography.