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.
Anyway, do yourself a favor, use Window Media Player classic (https://mpc-hc.org/) and follow this setting (https://voxelium.wordpress.com/2010/09/20/icc-color-management-in-media-player-classic-home-cinema/) to make your Window Media Player color managed, so that when reviewing your videos, you see what the color supposed to be! Mac people, you're on your own since I don't use Mac. After done this, I'm much happier with the blue color that I'm seeing from Panasonic (shoot in "Scenery" color profile), I think it's just as good as Canon.