For the past four years I've been shooting on the Panasonic GH-5. In its day (2017) it was a pretty revolutionary camera. The Micro-Four Thirds sensor means it is smaller than a full-frame camera. The alloy body is rugged and key for the places we go, weather-sealed. I've used it in sandy deserts in the Middle East and freezing conditions in Antarctica, and it's never let me down.
Often a bigger camera can be intimidating for the people we're shooting, which is why these DSLR size cameras are so brilliant.
It was designed as a stills camera, but it soon became clear that it's real stand-out feature was video.
I'm not a time-served cameraman with an in-depth knowledge of codecs and techy camera stuff, I'm a reporter turned video journalist, but with a bit of time and experimentation you can make this camera sing.