One of the highlights of the tracker, and one of the main reasons I chose this one, is its lightweight. It only weighs 1 lb. (450g) and it is very portable. Other popular trackers, like the iOptron Skyguider Pro, comes in around ~3 lbs.
The MSM max load is 6.6 lbs., which is a downside due to its lighter weight (iOptron can support 11 lbs.). It supported my BH-30 ball head, Nikon Z7, and 14-30mm f/4 no problem. There might be issues with heavier DSLR setups, but I do know photographers using the MSM tracker with their DSLR.
It’s perfect for a mirrorless and wide-angle lens rig.
Now, you will need two ball heads to run this tracker. The connection works like this – take a normal tripod and ball head setup, connect the MSM tracker via a mounting plate on the ball head, attach a ball head to the rotator, attach the laser pointer to the rotator, and finally attach a camera.
This is how my setup looked: