Brad I figured as much. I know I'll need a down converter. Right now I'm running Axi 2814 motors and APC props with 2 batteries (4c-6400) and standard MK electronics. The question is what mods do I need to make to lift that camera? I'm really torn on this whole camera issue. I really do like the GH3 but being 8bit it becomes an issue in grading. Now granted the grading I would be doing for aerials is not that extreme. More than likely I would have my DIT uprez it to Prores 126.96.36.199. So it matches the output of the Alexa. Now for my TV episodic work and commercials it's fine but I also do features. My concern is it's codec and will it hold up on the big screen. The BMC on the other hand would fit the bill for all the various types of work that I do. Granted it cost slightly more and weighs more. I see it's a bit over 5 pounds. I think the Epic is even heavier and I know guys are flying that. The 2.5k RAW is fine for feature work. Most mortals can't tell the difference between that and 4k. 4k works great if you doing heavy VFX work. On the other hand the show I'm doing now has tons of VFX and we're shooting ProRes 188.8.131.52 and the EFX guys are happy with it. What impressed me about the BMC was the look of the camera. Very very nice and quite cinematic for a small sensor and for me that's a must because my work is narrative film making.