What tripod can support a 600mm lens and still go on a long hike into the wilderness? We test out six higher-end, thick-legged, modular tripods that are comfortably tall and capable of supporting tremendous amounts of gear. This group review compares all six models, examining their features, functions and ergonomics in use, both in the studio and out in the field.
The Panasonic GH5M2 is a refresh, rather than complete reworking, of the company’s image-stabilized, video focused GH5. We didn’t find live streaming as reliable as we’d hoped but we appreciated the improved feature set.
Sigma’s designed-for-mirrorless 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG DN OS ‘Sports’ lens provides great image quality across a wide zoom range – get all the ins and outs of how this lens performs in our field review.
A little over a year after releasing the OM 4, DJI returns with the OM 5, a smaller, more capable model. It’s can deliver great results, though as we found, not without a little bit of practice.