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Best YouTube film equipment for travel, youtube and solo travel. I share the best vlogging setup for travel, vlogging accessories, best blogging courses, camera bags and a video gear.

What’s in my Travel Camera Bag?

 

Canon G7X Mark II + extra batteries – Best travel vlogging camera.

Canon EOS M50 Camera

Canon EOS adapter M mount – Use Canon EF/EFS lenses with Canon M50

Favorite Canon DSLR   – Watch my review

Canon EOS Rebel – Highly recommended for DLR beginners.

Best Canon Zoom LensA bit heavy but worthwhile. Safaris to street photography

Canon EFS wide angle lens  – *Recommended Wide lens for Travel Vlogging (least expensive too)*

Audio

Movo On-Camera Microphone– A/o 2019, it replaced my Rode. Smaller, compact. Easy to pack and setup.

Camera Wind Screen cover – Filter wind noise on your camera mic.

Social Media & Smartphone Vlogging

Mobile  & Home Vlogging Rig – Full kit gear (light, tripod, microphone)

Gorillapod for DSLR

DigiPower Selfie Extreme Stick for travel

Looking for a video editor?

Video Husky – Highly recommended. I’ve used them close to years now. Use my referral link for $100 Off your first month .

Video Editing

Sandisk Extreme Portable SSD (2TB)  My review of it here.

Epidemic Sound – Awesome curated music. Ideal for travel vloggers!

TubeBuddy– A must for good SEO & more

Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 for Mac

Apple MacBook Air 11.6-Inch Laptop I take this with me on all my travels.

Digital Nomad WannabeAwesome free 7 Day SEO Boost Challenge  and 7 Day Link Challenge (for bloggers). Mostly for bloggers but it teaches SEO to rank on Google.

Video Creators gets you up and running in 30 Days to a Better YouTube Channel.

Website Resources

a2hosting

A2Hosting is my current hosting company; was recommended to them by a few Dev folks. Fast speeds. I host my blog and portfolio sites on them.  Use my affiliate link for an enormous discount off your first year.

hostgator, best website hosting
Hostgator is my favorite hosting company and great for bloggers starting out. They have cheap monthly prices, an easy interface and good customer service. I have a Baby Gator plan which houses multiple sites for around $71/ six months.  I recommend them.


I use Impreza Theme on all my websites. ISold through Envato, a marketplace of plugins and themes. Impreza feels easy to learn with some WordPress knowledge. Their support is super responsive!

Disclosure: There are affiliate links in this post which helps support the work I do. The companies listed, I recommend because I think they’re awesome and they’ve helped me a lot in my travels. If you support this site in some way and want to book your trip, these links will help you do that.

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