Getting the swing of this Phantom thing. Though I am still experimenting heavily with settings and workflow. Here's the best of two batteries worth of filming at sunset in Beachwood Canyon in the Hollywood Hills: [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAHyIkMBO50[/youtube] What I like: - In mild wind, the P2 with Zenmuse produces some amazing results. - The GoPro has really grown into a amazing little camera. - Protune! - That I was able to rebalance the ZenMuse with an ND filter on the GoPro. What I am still not happy with (tips welcome!): - Inconsistent grading: Between Cineform, FCPX, Crumplepop HDR, etc. I am struggling to find the best way to grade Protune. - White balancing: FCPX! Why, oh why do you not have a color picker??? I have to buy yet another plugin??? - Motion blur: Delivering in 24p limits panning options without tracking a subject. - Lens flare: ND filter adds a lot of it. - Horizon drift: Zenmuse off by a few degrees in a few shots. - Disk space: Who knew you'd need 100Gb to edit 2 minutes of video! - Gain noise: Take the ND off after dusk. Where's the noise filter in FCPX? What, another plug-in to buy? Uggh! I should caveat all this by saying I have zero ambition to do anything other than use this to have some fun and learn a few things. That said, I do want to challenge my friend, the DP with the octo rig that he currently uses to shoot videos for a major automotive magazine. I am clearly very jealous!