Summary: Just got this beast used from Big Value Inc. At first I was hesitant to order a used camera of this caliber, but I'be been beyond pleased. Everything came in unopened plastic wrapping and I haven't found a single cosmetic or internal imperfection at all on the actual body.
Excerpt: I bought this camera after I did some research. I was wanting to put the Sony A7ii on my S1000 but after reseaching I decided to go with the GH4 soley to do with the gimbal and that it had been out for a while.
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast/accurate auto-focus, Good Image Quality, Good in Low Light, Large Clear LCD
We bought 2 GH4 Cameras for Video in Classroom and Studio
Randy Miller, B&H Photo
3 June 2015
Excerpt: We bought two of these things and they perform super. Some notes. One, unlike Nikon or Canon DSLR form factors which will shut down at about 29 minutes of shooting this is a true video camera that will shoot for about 2 hours on one Panasonic battery and one 64GB ultra high speed card (will not...
Pros: Good Image Quality, Good in Low Light, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact, Touch Screen Focus Box
Summary: Simply the best DSLR on the market for shooting video. I'm a professional filmmaker and have used everything from Panavision 35mm cameras to the Red Epic, to the Canon 5D. With the right lenses, the 4k image of this Panasonic is incredible and it holds up well when projected.
Summary: In love with the GH4, I think there is enough reviews and comments about the capabilities of this little monster of a camera. The lost of natural DOF due to the micro 4/3 sensor is a given and the average low light capabilities are well documented around he web.
Excerpt: So after almost a year of use here is my GH4 review. Where to start? Well, let me first tell you what I used before GH4. That was a GH2 mostly for video and EPL5 mostly for stills of course. Why did I go for GH4? Strangely, video while important was simply one of the reasons.