Finished all videos from a recent week long school cabaret, Smokey Joe's Cafe.
I used 4 video capable cameras. 2 in the back with me, one in the balcony and one at a side.
Parents were helping with the balcony and side angles.
This 1st clip is all GH4 and FZ1000, with the FZ1000 doing the overhead.
Both were set at ISO400 for this tough dim lit spotlight scene.
3000K WB with adjustment of -1.33 EV. 1/60 sec shutter priority. CineV with highlight shadows at -5/+5
The FZ1000 was cropped to about 66% of the original 4K 2160p footage to better frame in the action, leaving out the front rows.
You can see the FZ1000 had enough resolution for this.
This clip marries a AX100, a FZ1000 and a GH4. In that order.
AX100 set at 3000K and cinematone, -1 EV, 1/60 for the beginning portion
FZ1000 for the overheads, also 3000K and CineV, -1.33, Highlights Shadows -5/+5, 1/60 Shutter priority
GH4 for the wide angles after overhead portion to the end. 3000K and CineV, -1.33, Highlights Shadows -5/+5, 1/60, F/2.8 using 12-35 2.8
Used Final Cut Pro X to manage angles and titles.
The entire project occupied over 3 TB of hard disk space. This is for a 70 minutes program using just 3 main cameras and 3 mikes.