What cameras do you use to make your videos?

Our primary camera is a Canon R5 Full Frame Mirrorless with RF 13-35mm F2.8 and RF 24-105mm F4 and the Rode Video Mic Pro Plus (VMP+). We mount this on a DJI Ronin RSC 2 (gimbal) whenever practical (almost never) to get smooth footage.

We use 4 GoPro Hero 9‘s (one with the Media Mod) for some vlog-mode shots and as a secondary angle camera when using the Canon if the light is good. When we're walking around filming something like an RV show, the Canon / Ronin, and GoPro 9 are what we use most.

On the motorcycle (Lucille), we use the four GoPros mounted in various locations using Go Pro Jaws Flex Clamps as well as some hard mounts. We also have one GoPro Hero 7 mounted in a Karma Grip (Tara manually filming).

For aerial (drone) shots, we use the DJI Mavic Air 2.

For voice audio, when we need to cut out external noise, we use the Rode Microphones Wireless GO II Dual Channel Wireless Microphone System.

We've also recently added some Peak Design gear to our inventory. We have the Carbon Fiber Travel Tripod as well as the Capture Camera Clip and Camera Strap. The Capture Camera Clip has been AWESOME on hikes, attached to the Camelback Backpack.

All of our camera equipment is here in our Amazon store (changinglanesrv.com/amazon-camera-gear) also, including things that we don't use anymore (things we started out with) but still recommend.

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