Video shooters will likely be surprised to see that the FZ1000 can shoot 4K video at 30 fps. Granted, it can't match the top bit rate of the GH4, but we think that 4K recording at 100Mbps is pretty impressive for a superzoom. Regular HD video is also an option with up to 4x slow motion courtesy of 120 fps shooting. Plus, there's focus peaking, zebra stripes, a center marker, and your choice of two gamma settings. The Cinelight D setting provides a wider dynamic range and flatter color tone, while Cinelight V serves up higher contrast and is meant for playback on video monitors. If the builtin stereo mic isn't up to your standards, you can use the hot shoe atop the camera to add Panasonic's DMW-MS2 accessory mic, or a more powerful accessory flash, such as the DMW-FL580L.