With such a wide variety of choices for the MFT system, choosing the right wide angle lens can be tricky. This is how my brains led me to my choice.
So why would you lug around this big clunky gimbal when DJI just released the DJI Osmo Pocket? Well the answer lies in app flexibility and future proofing but it’s mostly a question of workflow.
In a race against time DJI forgot to actually finish their product before shipping it out. They claim 4K at 60fps but it only does 25? All the issues aside, is it any good?
How good is a lens that is so big it’s actually starting to get ridiculous? In this first impressions review I’ll take you through some of my findings and share a handful of raw files for all you pixel peepers out there. All shot on the fancy new Fujifilm GFX 50R.

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