Hi, I'm an OM-D EM 5 user, who has shot extensively with it in Asia this summer, and had a fantastic time. I have the Oly 12 and 45mm primes, as well as the kit lens (12-50) and the Panny 25mm. I'm doing my first wedding in April, creating a video for a friend. I have a number of queries, but have extensively researched shooting a wedding video via CreativeLive sessions and have since bought a Manfrotto Video Monopod for 'run and gun' work. I'm looking to buy a video tripod, as well as a DSLR/Micro Four Thirds Camera. After perusing a variety of options, it seems obvious to stick with Micro Four Thirds and purchase a GH3. Firstly, would everybody advise me to buy a GH3 for this purpose? I would like to shoot 24p, would do some colour correction and grading afterwards. Ultimately, I could use the OM-D and will be using that with my X800 Panny Camcorder as well (as unmanned cameras), but I really don't know whether the difference will be THAT great that it's worth the investment for my friend's wedding... the OM-D seems inferior in a lot of ways to shoot video, but I realise waiting for the GH4/5 would be wiser in terms of an investment... yet then I would be paying top price and would miss out on the wedding anyways. If I should buy a GH3, then consider my options for shooting the wedding primarily: A). Buy GH3 and 12-35mm lens. Use the 12-35 for most situations, such as the ceremony and the vows. Whilst using the 25mm or 45mm for the preparation for bride and groom, as well as the dances. Perhaps the 12 for a slider shot of the church and for b roll. B). Buy GH3 and Oly 75mm. Go all primes for the wedding, and have an equivalent 150mm lens for the ceremony. The location is a big hall for the wedding, with what I imagine to be a small, reasonably thin venue for the actual ceremony. C). Buy GH3 alone, use the 45mm as my longest lens, and the 25mm for most of the wedding... D). Buy GH3 and break the bank buying the 35-100mm lens from Panny, so that I have a good range of primes in the wide-medium range, and a good tele. E). Shoot with the OM-D and invest in audio equipment. Make sure that nothing goes wrong with audio, as audio is half the video! 24p is irrelevant. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated. I have around £2000 to invest. I would like a tripod and video head to add to this list, but would want a great head that would produce excellent pans and tilts, as well as a cheap(ish) slider. I realise that a lot of pressure on a wedding is through the audio, so I may buy a few lavalier mics to use with iPhones for the ceremony itself, as well as the vows and perhaps a Zoom recorder to plug into the main feed. Thanks to anyone who can help! I have researched shooting weddings a lot, but now it's just down to what gear I'll have with me!