Last year I purchased two GH4's to replace my two G6's because I wanted a camera that was slightly larger (the GH4 fits my hand perfectly), weather sealed (to use with my 12-35/35-100), had better AF-C performance (the DFD system on the GH4 doesn't disappoint), and I wanted to start getting in to shooting more video, particularly 4K. So far, I haven't be disappointed in any way with either of my GH4's, as they're fantastic cameras, especially given the price. I like to go out and shoot the local autocross events, as it gets me some practice shooting and panning with cars. They had their big fall event today, so I went out to shoot some video. I put together the below video in a few hours in iMovie this afternoon after getting home. The video was shot with my Panasonic 15mm, 25mm, and 42.5mm lenses, in the Cinelike D color profile. The GH4 does video very, very well (duh!), and my next gear acquisition will likely be a handheld 3-axis gimbal to help stabilize video when not on a tripod. To anyone who shoots video, and comments/tips are welcome. Thanks for viewing!