I decided to buy myself a new camera over Christmas and after much deliberation (including watching countless video reviews) I bought myself a Panasonic GH4. It's a small mirror-less Micro-Four-Thirds DSLR that comes crammed with some incredible features, such as 4k internal recording and a 96fps shooting mode in 1080p! Oh and it's a pretty cheap piece of kit for what it does. I took a few walks out with my new camera and cut together a few bits of test footage - take a look below (I'm still getting to grips with the camera, so do excuse the shoddiness)
Both were shot with the Panasonic Lumix 12-35mm f2.8 - it's a fantastically sharp little lens with image stabilisation built in. The footage was cut together in FCPX and graded with the help of Impulz LUTs.
The camera isn't perfect, but I'm fantastically happy with it - the 4k footage is beautifully detailed and can be downscaled in the edit for a 1080 export - providing some useful cropping options as well. Here's an arty picture of me sitting on the ground in Regent's Park, with my GH4:
I'll likely post more test footage over the coming months.