Shot this test footage with the Panasonic Lumix GH4 in 4K video then stabilized with Adobe Premiere Pro Warp Stabilization and rendered it down to 1080P.
Moving flowers in the wind was probably not the best test because it seems the Warp Stabilization sometimes mistook the movement of the flowers in the wind as hand shake but overall was much better than the non-stabilized footage that had considerable hand shake.
The great, great thing about shooting in 4K is that even though it is rendered as 1080P it still produces significantly more detail than if shot at 1080P and additionally the digital zoom applied with stabilization still left the footage resolution much higher than 1080P (before the down render) so the end result is just a great image.
Used the Panasonic 4/3rds Lumix 14mm 2.5 aperture lens.
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