Hiking With a GoPro | Gear + Storytelling



Learn how to get the most out of your GoPro when hiking or going on adventures. In this video I walk through some things to keep in mind when taking your GoPro on adventures to tell the story of your trip.

The Gear
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My Gear

Main Camera – Nikon D7100:
Main Lens – Nikon 18-200mm:
B-Roll Lens – Sigma 10-20mm:

Top down Camera – Nikon D3200:
Top down Lens – Nikon 18-70mm:

Audio Recorder – Zoom H6:
Lav Mic – Sennheiser G3:
Shotgun Mic – Rode NTG 1:
Voice over mic -Audio Technica AT2020:

Computers:
Laptop – MIS GS70 Gost:
Desktop – Custom Built Processor – i7 4790 K, Ram – 32GB Corsair HyperX, Boot – 2X Crucial M5 256GB SSD in Raid 0, Mass Storage – 6 X Seagate 3TB HDD in Raid 1 + 2X WD 6TB HDD in Raid 1, Graphics – GTX 780, Monitors – 2X 27″ Samsung don’t know the model, Case – Corsair 600T. Find all components here:

Editing software – Adobe Creative Cloud

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