My wife and I are going to be going on a "bucket list" trip in a few weeks, to the Galapagos Islands off of Ecuador. The nature and wildlife there are unique and amazing. You travel around on a small cruise boat and they take you into the islands on smaller landing boats. I just purchased a Panasonic G9 to take on the trip. I own the Panasonic 12-35 and 35-100 f2.8 lenses as well as some primes. In order to minimize changing lenses in a situation where I'm going to be landing on islands and getting on and off small boats I am thinking of renting an Oly 12-100 f4 lens to keep on the camera. I am looking for advice for setting up the camera for three modes for capturing the wildlife: 1. Still single images, 2. Burst shots, 3. video clips. I am an experienced photographer and have used m43 cameras before, but am new to the G9. I usually shoot RAW/JPEG files at largest size for still photography, but am just learning about all the bells and whistles on the G9 and don't know a lot about video. Any suggestions?