I use a Panasonic GH4, and it is rigged basically like a cinema camera. So it's huge and heavy. I also use vintage Canon FD lenses. I want these to be like mini documentary films. There are plenty of people doing watch-me-go- fishing videos. Part of me wants to show what's possible instead of just a vlog-type video.
I really hate GoPro and other action cameras to tell you the truth. I can never get the look I want because everything is preset. No log or cinema-like picture profiles so that I can color grade in post production to make it look exactly like I want.
I'm trying to achieve much of that old school 16mm film look. What I would want in a second camera is something I could use on a monopod, but you do give me an idea for getting more shots. While it's slow just get more shots. Throw on the 135mm lens and get some wildlife