I'm tired of people pushing the false narrative that most or even a majority of fans didn't like the movie. Go on Rotten Tomatoes and look at the fan score and you'll see that 86% liked it. I was very critical of Last Jedi, so I'm not a "Hey, it's Star Wars, it's all great" kind of person. But almost everyone I talk to says, "It had a few things, I didn't like, but I enjoyed it." Yes, it was far from a perfect movie, and both schedule and the poor middle episode of the trilogy both hurt the movie a bit, but I keep seeing headlines and parts of these articles talking like it's universally accepted that not very many people liked it, and that's complete hogwash.
4K is detrimental to the quality compared to 1080? Please. I agree 100% with your assertion that pixel count isn't everything. I use the BMPC which is 1080p and I love it for narrative work because of its raw and pro res options and great dynamic range and color rendition. I also have a hacked GH2 with Moon T7 and for sure it gives a pleasing image, but better than the GH4 in 4K? I mean, you can have your own opinion, and I know there's a very few that share your belief, but I, as well as I'd surmise a vast majority would take the GH4 image without thinking twice. Saying 4K is detrimental to the image? That's pure hogwash.
Very impressive. The image is absolutely stunning. In my mind, and to my eye based on these limited tests, this is the camera to take the step into film's domain, and I don't say that lightly at all.
Gh4 does 200mbs in 1080p, my guess would be at least that nitrate for 4K 10 bit 4:2:2.