I just finished a short promo video project for the school where I teach, which I made with the GX7 along with the Olympus 12-40mm f2.8 and the Olympus 17mm f1.8. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bc36XNbBy4o A couple of shots were done on a Red Epic and a Rokinon lens (can you spot the shots?), but everything else was handheld on the RX7 (one shot the camera was mounted on a bicycle). After shooting in a variety of settings with this camera and lenses, al I can say is 'Wow.' I love it. The portability and lightness make the camera a pleasure to use. The autofocus on these lenses is phenomenal -- fast, quiet and accurate! The look of the camera itself really removes the intimidation factor for many people I was filming. It just looks cool and retro and stylish, and people really dig it. The viewfinder really comes in handy. The front row dance shots were only possible because of this stealthy way of shooting, and using the viewfinder allowed me to get rock steady handheld stuff. I only stabilized two shots in the finished video, just to see how it looked. I actually prefer the unstabilized look. I am looking forward to trying out a stabilized lens in the future, though. I shot at 1080/24p, 1080/60p, 720/60p and edited at 720/24p because I wanted to experiment a bit. I wish now I had done all 30/60p, but I do like the look of 24p. It was really cool to have options to crop and reframe the higher res 1080p shots in my 720p frame in Premiere Pro. I think the slo-mo stuff (slowed down 39.96%) looks amazing.