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The Best Camera Gear for Overlanding and Outdoor Videos + Product Giveaway!

Here’s our go-to camera gear for producing outdoor adventure and overlanding videos.
Don’t forget to enter our giveaway! Ends September 14th, 2021!
To enter, subscribe to our channel, follow our Instagram account, leave a comment on this video and one on the Instagram post that correlates to the giveaway.
The giveaway is not affiliated with Instagram or Youtube.

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Cheap yet great overland fridge:
Power for everything:

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  1. I’ve really enjoyed your channel guys. It’s got my wheels turning to start a channel with my wife to catalog our adventures. The camera stuff is intimidating and you guys made it seem a lot simpler. Looking forward to more!

  2. Recent subscriber here… Thanks for the tips – I especially need organization ideas!
    If you're broke like me 😉 you may be interested in looking into:

    Linux OS – free
    DarkTable for raw editing – free
    Blender – has a powerful video editor – free
    I like free!
    Cheers you guys.

  3. Of course I am a Sri Lankan, my dream is to be a videographer, but I do not have a camera, so I started videotaping from the phone camera I had, you will be amazed if you see those videos of mine that I create from my iphone camera, if you like Watch (Awi Dance), so I'd love to win your prize so it's worth my future.

  4. Love the vintage glass look and I would love to use my faster vintage lenses more but it's so easy to just grab my 24-105mm F4 and be lazy about it. I would say that the variable ND is almost a necessity for outdoor shooting. Seems like that low cost one you have is working just fine for you guys!

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