Excerpt: Works great, but is definitely a camera aimed for videographers, i wasn't very impressed with the photos.
video: awesome, everything is designed for video great codec and great compression, better than my A7ii
Excerpt: You really can't beat the GH4 at this price point. The camera features and ability to shoot internal 4k make it the unquestionable favorite for DSLR video below $2k.
In addition to production, we use it in a live multi-cam setup using and ATEM and stream to the internet.
Excerpt: Bought the GH4 to utilize the video aspects of the camera and to be able to use some of the Nikon lenses that I have. Manual operation is quit easy and presents no problem with older lenses. The camera does exactly what the specs say.
Summary: I bought this camera as a starter camera to learn how to shoot better. I really like the video option for 4K though it performs poorly in low light. My stills have good quality and are suitable for what I wanted at this time.
Excerpt: As a new user of DSLR camera's I was worried that the GH4 would be a little overwhelming. To my delight I found that I picked up the basics of photo and movie making quickly primarily bc The Menu parameters are intuitive; now along with the advanced PDF manual and the many GH4 instructional youtube...
Excerpt: This is my second GH4, needing two matching cameras for video interview shoots. Adding the V-Log software opens the realm of 12-stop capture, and the Atomos Ninja Assassin brought up 4K to 4:2:2 10bit.