Checked the Q&A and looks like if you rent or borrow a drone you have to get a copy of the certificate from whoever you rented/borrowed it from.
The more you know.
I use the Panasonic 12-35 2.8 on my GH4 and I almost never take it off. As others have said, cinematic images mostly come from other factors like lighting and framing but I'd suggest looking at old manual lenses like Canon FD's, Nikons, or Contax lenses as they do have a different feel to them than modern lenses.
I was worried about how the windowed 120fps would look but it holds up pretty well to the 4k - just a bit noisier.
I downloaded it this morning and got it working (pre-ordered earlier this month, oh well) Curiously though, zebras don't work... anyone else have that issue?
I already paid for it but I just got it through the image app exploit. Will be playing around today for sure.
I find that people who aren't "trained" feel more comfortable talking to someone face to face so I have them look off-camera. I think making the subject feel comfortable is most important.
I also feel there are certain contexts where looking into the camera is too "direct" and too personal - having a piece with multiple interviews set up that way can burn the audience out on the direct, frontal attention that brings.