This is kind of lame. Cameralends supported my state, where as Kitsplit does not, I was a user of Cameralends too :-(
I listened and read this article a couple weeks ago. Completely out of touch with the current filmmaking reality. Hard drives are ridiculously inexpensive now-a-days, and a GPU capable of 4k go for as cheap as $500. I am not arguing that anyone needs 4k to make a good film. But in most instances it is not going to break the budget.
Seems like a cheap ripoff of what Fujifilm/Panasonic are working on with their organic sensors... I smell a lawsuit a brewing!
Watched the video just because of this comment... couldn't find the beard and was disappointed :(
For the record, I really wouldn't consider this a hack at all. Panasonic didn't disable the ability to select V-Log in their Mobile app to control your camera from your tablet. You simply select V-Log. No hacking, as such their isn't any real legal basis for Panasonic to take legal action. They can't sue people for using their app that they put out there for anyone to use.
That said, I still want people to pay for this! I personally have preordered V-Log Even though the guilt is clearly on Panasonic, lets show our support for continued innovation of the GH4 by not taking advantage of their mistake.
Yup, I don did it. Toying with it as we speak!