I'd love to learn more about how the GH4 handles Anamorphic output via the YAGH over SDI. Wouldn't it be able to push the full image?
Directing actors is pretty simple. Just be nice, be respectful, and try to keep it fun. They won't like everything you have to say but guide with a loving hand.
Just keep going. One foot in front of the other.
Neat idea but doesn't make sense for the price point. Pay a little bit more and get a Panasonic LX100. Keep it in your pocket, have a great Leica zoom lens, an MFT sensor, and be able to shoot 4k video on a whim. No iPhone required.
Now if this thing was like $50 to $100... maybe. Even then, if you're serious about your on-the-go photography just get a compact camera.
Meh, you live you learn. Everyone makes mistakes. I'm testing a workflow now for a feature we're filming in September by putting together a short film involving most of the same crew. We're not shooting RAW but we're shooting flat so the files are smaller but we have SOME flexibility for color grading.
I have nothing but respect for a go-getter. I wish you all the best!
Start with the 24mm it's the best of the bunch. Then go 50mm or 85mm if you feel the 50 isn't long enough. If you're looking for wider lenses the 14mm isn't well regarded but the 16mm is a wonderful lens in my opinion if you are shooting APSc or smaller. The 16mm with Speedbooster on my GH4 is one of my favorites. The 10mm is also nice but not very fast. I haven't tried their 7.5, 8, or 12mm lenses.