I'm posting some OIS tests that I've done with the TM900 comparing directly to the Canon HF G10 that I had. I went to the same pond and tried to take the same shot. Sadly the video is 3MB too big for Vimeo and I didn't want to edit it. I wanted a true Raw file. I also used full auto and the stop sign doesn't look red because of the position of the sun. I should have used backlight compensation.
I also did a test where I walked up a fairly steep very rocky hill.
Sadly the Hybrid OIS lock was on on for that one because of an earlier shot of a long zoom on some flowers and I forgot to shut it off again and on the Panny you don't want to do that when walking with it.
The TM900 really looks good and a lot of detail, but after using this one which is going back due to a noisy fan. I'd have to say the 2 are very close and the manual controls on the HF G10 will help get a shot that the Panny might miss.
My wife really likes the TM900 because it literally is point and shoot when outdoors. Full auto mode is very good although when the camera first turns on the AWB can really be off and it won't show on the LCD. We have some very blue footage in car until the AWB sorts itself out a minute later.
The TM900's 60fps is really good if you go frame by frame you have more frames at 60fps versus 60i so you can see a bit more blur with the Canon but that is only when you go frame by frame not just watching it normally.
Anyway here is the clip of the Pond from both cameras. Remember the OIS in the Canon was broken.
The Canon HF G10 at the Pondhttp://vimeo.com/22529938
The Panasonic TM900 at the Pond
(yes I know it's a bit jerky but I didn't want to get run over)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_aG3D4ftjY
Panasonic TM900 - OIS Test - Walking up a Rocky Hillhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ni--j_Etres