A little spur-of-the-moment bunch of shots down at my local brekkie joint.
What I learned from this:
1) When hacking the GH2, use the Panasonic 1.1 firmware as the basis for the patch - as using the 1.0 firmware WON'T get you progressive formats (this was actually shot 50i, then de-interlaced in FCPX, which does quite a good job).
2) Trying out the Lumix f2.8 35-100 lens (that's 70-200mm in 35mm numbers) was great fun - although I can see if I'd have added my Alphatron viewfinder, I would've had another point of contact (i.e.: my face), making the 200 and 400mm shots a lot steadier.
3) Mucking about with Filmconvert is awesome - these guys have actually studied every setting on the GH2 (and other cameras - hey, Filmconvert guys, how about the PMW-F3?) and have come up with actual film conversions that exactly ahead to the colour science of each chemical process for each different film stock. I chose the Fuji SuperX 400 film stock, and tweaked the parameters on grain and colour balance (I shot this at 8am, so it was quite blue in reality. I tweaked it to appear a bit later in the day, around 2pm).
This was done as a first test, as I don't really shoot many jobs on my GH2 (Mainly my F3 and EX1), so I thought I'd like some 'low pressure' time to get used to it. Mission accomplished. Enjoy a slice of my local beach!
As always, I'm happy to answer any tech questions.