Right? Pretty lame. You can however probably pull off something similar making multiple shoots of the subject to fill the closer, more definable areas in the foreground, and then fill the background with digital doubles. There's a great free open source plugin for the free open source modeler Blender 3D called MAKEHUMAN that allows you to make fully rigged digital doubles and other humanoid and creatures (aliens, monsters, etc) on the fly that would be pretty handy on a project like this. Watch this video and see as some kid(!) gives you a quick overview on how it's done:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VMOny9VWxs
How much Xanax did they give to that model?...
Dude, just rent one once they're available. Answer your own questions.
That might change now. ;-)
Unless there was some shooting mismatch (and considering these guys have been shooting with a GH4 for a while, I doubt it), it doesn't matter if the GH5 exhibits more noise in 10-bit. The difference in footage between the GH4 and GH5 says it all. Even if a GH4 gets priced to peanuts now, no point in getting one. GH5 all the way.
Yeah really. I always wondered if their products would ever happen at all.