4K 60p. Aperture mostly at f/5.6 to f/8 to keep a lot of the frame mostly in focus. Shutter at 60. ISO at 1600. True that I could have used an ISO of 800 and use an aperture of around f/2.8 and f/4 on average. At least 1,600 ISO isn't too bad. 12-35mm f/2.8 ii lens. I think I'll trade it in for the Leica 12-60mm f/2.8 - 4.0 lens (Still within my return period). I read that it's a sharper lens than the first generation 12-35mm. I'll need to see a comparison against the second generation 12-35mm I have. I'd also like a little more reach. I do have the old 14-140mm lens but it it's not capable of using the dual stabilizer function as the newer lenses.

Anyway, I only used auto focusing. If the updated GH5 really does get noticeably better low light capabilities, you'd be able to keep the ISO higher than the GH5 and shoot with a higher number f stop to get as much in focus as possible. Basically it would especially be better for event shooters.