After one week of use, I have some thoughts on the camera. I was pleasantly surprised to see that it has a setting to shoot 3 or 5 auto brackets. I like having the option of HDR processing in post and prefer to have 5 varying exposures than adjusting the EV on the fly, looking at a reflecting, shiny monitor. The first few times, however, I set the AEB to 5, I got 3 exposures. Not 5. Not sure why. I later reset it, and now seem to get 5. It might've just been my thick thumbs. There isn't great buffering feedback from the camera, and if you're not careful, it is easy to miss a series of shots. I was flying offshore this morning, looking back towards the shoreline, and decided I wanted to take three sequential shots, all three 5 AEB, looking left, middle and to the right. Then later stitch them into a panorama. Took the left facing series, took the middle facing, and then took the right. After each set, you see a little swirling blue circle around that shutter button, implying something is loading. Sometimes it spin time is short, other times it is long. It seems like, if you push the shutter (at least in the 5 AEB setting) while the blue circle is still spinning, it doesn't take a picture. So trying the above pano series twice this morning, I didn't get either set of the right facing pics. Also, I notice, sometimes I get the artificial shutter sound when I take the 5, and other times I do not. (Could be my iPhone 6+, I assume.) Interested to know if anyone else has had this experience. So far, I'm not overly impressed with the quality of the stills. They are at least as good as the ones from the GoPro, but they pale in comparison to the quality of the video. Not sure why. Hopefully I will get a better feel for the proper settings. Anyone with enough experience with one of these yet to offer tips on how to maximize the quality of the stills?