I came across an artistic film/project called Underwater Realm I looked at their behind the scene stuff, as far as the end result look, it is very refreshing, but just looking at the process makes me cringe.......I guess that's what they call pushing the envelope!
Alright, for years I always feel that the color from my Panasonic LX100 and GH4 come out a bit flat. Lately I was processing some timelapse photos/video, and I was scratching my head about why the photos look nice in Lightroom but when the photos get exported, and when I view the photos from ACDSee, the photos look flat. That lead me to do some research/troubleshoot and found out the concept of "color managed" photo viewer. To spare the technical and boring stuffs, my monitor was calibrated with X-rite Colormunki Display so I always thought I was seeing what it's supposed to look like until I discover the whole color managed issue.
The 4K camera scene is slowing down now that it's only Panasonic vs Sony. High frame rate 4K is still no where to be found. Panasonic seems to want to take on Olympus and introducing their own 5-axis Image Stabilization. So far it's not confirm that if the 5-axis exist when shooting 4K video, or if it's just their regular Power O.I.S. Something worth to follow if people are in the market for a camera that benefit photos and video: