When we first looked into off-road travel and the right gear, we were overwhelmed by the huge range of products available. We tried out a few things and regretted some of them. But we wouldn’t want to miss out on the following products.
Take a look in our photo backpack. These are the devices that accompany us on our travel documentations – whether for photography or video creation.
We want to experience off-road travel and be mobile where the big RV can’t go. Even when choosing the equipment, we trade comfort for compromise and focus on the essentials. We look forward to future adventures with our Land Rover Defender 110 called “Ralfi”.
Since the cable of the Homepod Mini cannot be shortened very well, we only have the option of hiding the excess cable rolled up. For example, directly in a wooden base for the Homepod. A DIY project.
Visible steel beams can be covered with wood. In addition, we can integrate LED strips for indirect lighting. A DIY project.
With the help of silver ions, the fresh water in the tank of the motor home can be preserved for weeks. Here you can read at what intervals, what amount should be used.
Most cable finders are crap. That’s why you find many of the devices at the grab boxes in the checkout area of hardware stores. With the Bosch D-Tect 120, I found a working cable tester for the first time.
If you search the internet for the best export options for uploading videos to YouTube, you will always come across videos and blog posts that present exporting as H264 codec in MP4 format as a panacea. The reality is different. YouTube re-encodes every upload, no matter what format you upload it in. The only advantage of this format is the fast upload, because the file size is smaller.
We’ve always taken photos, but we took our trip to Slovenia as an opportunity to take a closer look at video for the first time. You can see our result here.
For 14 days we camped through Slovenia in our camper van. We went from the Triglav National Park in the north, through the vineyards to the coast and back. A photoblog with route recommendations.
With FE File Explorer I was finally able to backup my camera SD card to my iPad or a connected SSD while traveling.
I use the Capture Clip carrying system from Peak Design on all my cameras. All my tripod heads are compatible with the Capture Clip. Only for the DJI Ronin RSC 2 I have to change my system every time. I will show you how to use your camera with Peak Design Capture Clip directly into the DJI Ronin RS 2 and RSC 2, without any screws. An alternative quick release plate makes it possible.
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