A few summers ago, I had a chance to visit Greece for the first time with my friends. We only had a week and decided to spend it mostly on Santorini, with the last few days on Mykonos. As always, I brought my camera with me to document. I made this short film with my old Panasonic Lumix GH4 and my favorite back-up camera … the iPhone (probably the 4S at the time). I didn’t have a stabilizer for the GH4, so I added Warp Stabilizer in post in Premiere Pro. Otherwise, the footage would have been too shaky. At the time, the GH4 was one of the first 4K mirrorless cameras on the market. Once a happy owner of the GH2, I was blown away by the GH4. It’s such a good camera that I have yet to feel the need to upgrade it to the GH5 available now.