Impressive upgrade. However, I was surprised to see no 4k60 in this unit.
What is the difference between the $3200 and $4000 price points?
Amazon has plenty of inexpensive field monitors if you don't want to wait for delivery: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?field-keywords=field+monitor
I found this video when I was digging around Youtube for reviews:
For nostalgia, shooting on film is great. And aspects of film look great, like highlight rolloff and film grain.
However, in practical terms, today's modern digital cameras are collecting so much data -- that you aren't more than 2 plugins away from achieving a similar look. The extra cost and effort to process film could easily be spent in having a color correction company dial in your look perfectly.
I'm always surprised when post-production folks can't find use for 4k. I find it extraordinarily valuable in post when I need to punch into a image without any loss of quality. Punching into HD to stabilize or crop or reframe always ends up softening the image. I rarely deliver in 4k, but having it available in post gives me creative options.
How is that XLR doing on your GH4? How about the ND? How is the low light? The GH4 is an amazing camera, especially for the price, but it is not the end-all, be-all of production cameras. Two very different cameras, two very different markets.