Both cameras were recording to 1920 x 1080p at 25 fps with zooms on max-wide. The Panasonic GH2 is running the Sanity5 firmware patch ( the supposedly mild hack that still has the power to occasionally freeze a 95mbs/64GB Sandisk Extreme Pro), the Sony HDR-CX730 is bog-standard. Colour palettes were set to 'Standard' on the GH2 and 'Landscape' on the CX730.
GH2 was ƒ18 @ 100fps, ISO160 with manual infinity focus and level 1 of its Mega OIS. CX730 with its feeble manual options was on full-auto, so I have no clue what exposure settings it had selected, and its BOSS OIS was set at Standard.
Both cameras were carried by a Droidworx AD-8 HLE multi-rotor with a PhotoHigher AV200/360 gimbal (pan axis disabled) using a Picloc 3X Pro. Wind was gusting to 28kph (verify with the 'dancing tree' wind meter).
Camera files were imported into Final Cut Pro with Log & Transfer. No post processing has been applied, other than the split screen and captions.