I read something very interesting, there is a hack for newer Panasonic bodies (G7, GX80...) that enables 30 fps in 4k video. That is more suitable for viewing on LCD because it is mostly 60 Hz on the screens. So now there is a way to change that: Step 1 Set your camera to P (or auto) mode and switch it off Step 2 Press the following buttons at the same time and while doing so, turn the camera on. The buttons are [right (WB) ], [disp.] and [AF/AE lock]. /Edit: On the GX80 it is: The buttons are [right (WB) ], [playback] and [AF/AE lock]. It will take a bit of thumb twisting but it’s doable. Step 3 When the camera turns on, press the green [playback] button. Step 4 While in playback press [up (ISO)] and [AF/AE lock] at the same time and while doing so, turn off the camera. If everything went correctly it will display a yellow exclamation mark while turning off. That should be it! The source for this information was this page, read here for alot of other good information regarding this! Panasonic G7 25FPS to 30FPS - Intermittent Technology And it seems he got the information from a video: /edit: I have tested on a GX80 and it works!