Sometimes I regret buying my Lumix GX85 and it's too late to return it— I'm 10 days overdue BH's extended return policy. I should have purchased a used GH4 because then it would have been in my budget and I would be getting higher quality features, or even maybe finding a used G85... I convinced myself that the GX85 was great because it was a single step down from the G85, but in my budget bracket. And plus I scored a great deal: $600 with two lens and a 64 GB sd card— money saver. But I know. It's not the body or gear that makes a creator or an artist. It's just that I feel like I was heavily swayed by 4K magic during my time of purchase that I forgot about everything else. I don't even use 4K for 4K, I use it to scale down to 1080P, but why am I doing all of this for crisp 1080P? Why don't I just use 1080P? It's actually really displeasing that the 60FPS/1080P on the GX85 is only like 28 mbps. Every other camera is higher, especially the GH4, and it has 4K and more frame rate options for 1080. The idea that I could have had "better" upsets me... I do like the 5-axis IBIS in the GX85. It's absolutely magic, but maybe I could have started my journey learning without it? I mean there was once a time where IBIS was nonexistant, or people utilize the shake artistically. Am I going crazy dwelling on this? Do I need an "I told you so" moment? I guess it's whatever because either body is a learning experience. I'm not going into the professional world, but the capacity of having the ability to produce high quality content without being limited by your equipment... How can the GX85 shoot 4K and not have a higher bitrate for 1080P— SIGH.