This is some of my footage I put together while testing out the capabilities of my new Panasonic AG-AC90. Shot mostly with 1080p 60fps. First scene is with a ND2 filter. For the car on the freeway, my best low cost inside car rig was a small tripod and bungee cord. Hand held or just one bungee cord was just too shaky with normal car motion and road surfaces. OIS only worked well on smooth pavement, but with any sudden braking/jolt/pot hole/utility cover, etc. and the motion was shaky even with tripod and bungee. The built in OIS is definitely not GoPro stable, but it is there and helps provide more useable footage. Time lapse or one frame per 10 seconds was accidently not focused at M90 versus M99 (but I liked watching it anyways). M99 is manual focus at infinity. Slow motion was 60 fps slowed 50% in FCPX. Boy on bicycle and most footage was full auto (auto iris, WB, and shutter settings) and all hand held with OIS on. Boy on bicycle was also at dusk with full zoom, so there is some grain, some refocusing, and a little motion blur at times. I am mostly impressed with the quality at that time of day, hand held just using OIS, and fully zoomed out. Look at first zoom clip for distance. I love the last helicopter shot. I was following the helicopter blindly directly into the sun (full auto setting). I think this clip shows with good lighting and full auto what the AG-AC90 can do. The jet noise was actually audible via the internal microphones because of the zoom function built in. There is about 10% boost in saturation to mid tones and everything was color balanced. I did not know how to use the built in White Balance (has to be manual and multi-push WB button). I got Barry Green’s book on this camera about 2 weeks ago which dramatically improves my understanding of manual modes. Many of the advanced menu items are acronyms and poorly explained in the Panasonic manual that is online. I am noticing some banding in the sky after viewing on Vimeo and this is not visible in my footage (so is a Vimeo compression issue).