"At 1.27 seconds of footage across two separate scenes there isn't a whole lot of time to pixel peep!"
Very true ;-) but it doesn't jump out as out of place. That particular movie that's the only trailer released to the public yet so I can't show anything else. I believe there is a 90second trailer coming out soon.
We used the inspire with the x5 to shoot a lot of tracking shots with the dogs. Full throttle 3 feet off of the ground gets your blood moving, but they are great shots which couldn't have been achieved any other way.
A 30 sec teaser trailer does move pretty quick. In general, if you use the same settings (as far as shutter and framerate) as you do on your A camera, you are going to get a lot closer to matching.
I You can nitpic over small issues, but if it's a great shot, no one is going to complain. As is my motto, the best way to have a great looking project is to not shoot anything that isn't great ;-)