i would take a lightweight tripod-wooden berlebach with panoramic leveller- and shoot panoramics(stitching).
you could use this program for shift.
i received impressive images from the developper. sorry its german only.
i would get horizon s3-pro for 120 degrees panoramic shots. 28mm lens.very large prints are possible. camera-production has started again and lens has finally been adjusted to a perfect position to get best DOF since is fix focus. i have 27 years adn more years of roto-panoramic experience. go to my forum. that camera is battery-independent and vey reliable. dont buy used and ask for a newest production model.
my rotopancam-forum is here
i would take the mamiya 6 and horizon s3-pro with you. forget any other horizon. that modoel has all important exposure times.ok, price was raised but also production quality-after high-pressure i gave through my findings....
24x58mm is an impressive size. shooting 4x 90° even 360 shots are no problem.
all images made with older horizon 202. dont even think about getting /using this camera(too much potentional problems).
it was a bit narrow inside. i would have loved a 24 or 26mm-camera.widelux e.g.
think about using this fantastic anti-distortion-program/also shift
rectiliniar from www. altostorm
not cheap but very effective up to 140 degrees.
i will now test kodak v570 which has a dual-lens setup with 23mm. but i dont have great hopes since kodak did not think this trough. you cannot fix exposure times......