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What do you think 14-140mm or 45-200mm will be good for overhead shooting or better lens with shorter zoom like Panasonic 12-60mm ?
The 12-60mm will probably cover all that you need, given the 2x crop factor of the lens. Plus, I imagine it'll have less glass than a 14-140mm, so it'll appear sharper.
14-140mm seems like overkill in terms of range, and the 45-200mm will be too tight for what you're doing overhead wise.
Outside of food photography, the 14-140mm may be better for documentary work.
These seem like they'll do the job, but my vote is the articulating arm paired with a heavy duty 3-rise stand and a "menace" arm style rig. The key to overhead work is the ability to rotate/level the camera body without having to rotate/level the stand. Also, having the ability to lower/raise the camera without tripod legs expanding/contracting is a must.