Hello Everyone. I recently bought a Panasonic G7. It is amazing..... Well it was. I have recently noticed it judders when panning. I have read all kinds of posts and am aware of the 180 degree rule and 1/50 instead of 1/48 when shooting in 24FPS. I shoot in 25fps and have my shutter at 1/50 but i still get it. Its no use changing to another fps because i am shooting film and must use 24 or 25 fps. I cant remember the camera doing anything like this when i first got it. I have reset the device and rendered it back to stock but still it persists. I must pan at about half the walking speed of an ant to avoid the judder. I have tried it on my tripod, handheld (w and w/o stability), and shoulder rig. Its the same. Tried at 24p and 25p. Its the same. tried shutter speed at 40,50,60. its the same. a bit less at 40 but too much blur for my needs. I have seen on facebook some fantastic pans faster than i am attempting on the g7 also but mine will not do it. Is there some kind of option i have enabled which is taxing the cameras resources and somewhat retarding the data transfere freom the cmos????? It does it in camera preview and in premier and windows media player. I am using 4k and this is also a must as it downsamples / downscales to 1080p really well and i also reposition shots. Any ideas guys???