I have never shot video before. But my new X-H1 has such highly praised video features that I want to try. I will be travelling to Nebraska on March 22 for a week to photograph the Sandhill Crane migration with the X-H1 and 16-55 and 100-400 lenses. It would be exciting to video these huge flocks of birds landing at dusk and taking off at dawn, even if only some short 20 second clips, to show the amazing density of these large bird flocks, and their intense sounds. I may post them on Youtube and Facebook, or here as a link to Flickr. I will have a tripod with ball head, but would prefer to hand hold and rely on the IBIS and, with the 100-400, the lens' IS. Would some of you with video experience please suggest what camera settings (Shutter speed, frames per second, f-log, film simulation, AF, etc.) to use for video capture, and then what easy to learn software to use to process the videos taken at these settings? My laptop is the latest MacBook with touch bar, SSD and maxed out RAM using High Sierra. Daily backup is with two 2TB external hard drives. I will be taking several of the latest 64 GB UHS-II SD memory cards, so for a few short video clips file size should not be an issue.