The Best Travel Vlogging Gear: What We Use To Film Our Travel Vlogs

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Our Best Travel Vlogging Gear: What We Use To Film Our Travel Vlogs

Have you ever wanted to be a YouTuber or to try starting your own travel vlog? Do you dream of getting paid to travel the world making travel videos and taking kick-ass photos? Or are you just looking to get your hands on the best travel vlogging gear and camera equipment to take on your next trip? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you're going to love this video and post.

Siya and I are often asked, "What cameras and gear do we use to film our travel videos?"  In this post, we share the cameras and gear we use to create the videos and photography you see on this blog and all of our social media platforms. Most of the items we use cost between $1000-$2000 CAD. Whatever your budget may be, we have the best camera equipment recommendation for you to choose from when deciding on the best camera and vlogging equipment for your own video and travels.

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Do you dream of travelling the world making YouTube videos? Let us help you make it a reality by sharing our secrets and advice on the best travel vlog equipment!

I've teamed up Nadine Sykora (Hey Nadine) and Matthew Kepnes (Nomadic Matt) who are two of the top people in the travel blogging and vlogging world to create: The Ultimate Course to Creating Travel Videos and Vlogging. Whether you’re looking to make this your job, or just to get better at filming your own travels, our course has been designed to help you kickstart your career in travel video making.


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  1. April 8, 2019 / 6:12 am

    When the subject is a person in street photography, I always try to share the picture I just took by showing the camera screen; that often opens the door to a second series of shots, which I always find much better because the subject is more reaxed !

    • August 13, 2018 / 11:45 am

      Thanks for reading. What camera are you using right now?

  2. Coquise
    March 7, 2018 / 12:59 am

    If you had to travel with only your sony rx100 or the go pro, which would it be?

  3. October 30, 2017 / 10:21 am

    And I thought I carried a lot of equipment. Great overview and advice on your gear.

    • October 31, 2017 / 12:40 pm

      It actually crazy how all of this fits into two backpacks. We carry one backpack each and a carry on suitcase and never have to check anything 🙂

  4. ruth
    October 27, 2017 / 9:08 pm

    I would like to learn to do this but have no knowledge of camera use. I don\’t even own a cell phone. I am also very computer illiterate. Is this a course I can take and understand with my limited knowledge? When i saw all the equipment you use it scared me from taking the course.


    • October 31, 2017 / 12:44 pm

      Absolutely Ruth! The way we structured the course is for beginners as well as intermediate. Not only will you learn about how the camera works and tips and tricks to taking great shots, but also how to edit and promote your videos, work with brands and tourism boards, etc. Basically everything we’ve learned throughout the years to allow us to do this full time.