After extensive testing I have come to the following conclusions for camera settings. Use manual settings with high quality NDs to keep circa 180 degree shutter. Format: MP4 - 3840x2160 / 24p (highest bitrate per frame) Lowest ISO Possible Log Mode (This is a MUST) Custom Style Sharpening: -1 Contrast: -3 Saturation: -3 *Note on sharpening, if shooting extremely high detail scenes or scenes with challenging dynamic range, change this to -2 or -3, otherwise the subpar bitrate will struggle and your high detail shadows will flicker and crawl. There is no way to fix this compression issue in post, so lower the sharpening to alleviate this issue. However, you will lose a certain amount of sharpness that you will not be able to recover in post even with advanced sharpening techniques. *Note on white balance, GET THIS RIGHT. 90% of the shitty P3P/Inspire footage I see out there is because somebody botched their WB and tried to correct in post, do not use the presets, dial a perfect kelvin. *Note on exposure, do not trust the EV meter. Now that we have zebras utilize these. Go about 1/2 stop under highlights clipping. You do not want to clip anything on this shitty codec, but these little sensors crave light, give it to them, especially in the shadows where you can. Now make some pretty pictures!