ELECTRONICS - What We Travel With (2019)

Updated: Jan 6, 2020

Choosing which electronics and photographic equipment to travel with is always a compromise between space and quality output.

In Episode 11 of our Podcast we discuss what we are currently travelling with in terms of both our general electronics and photographic equipment as full-time travellers keeping both our YouTube and Instagram feeds going.

We also discuss the up- and downsides of some of the equipment we use and mention a few “wish-list” items.

Here is a list of all the equipment we discuss as well as links in case you're interested in purchasing the same item.

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Garmin Vivosmart 3



Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Unlocked Phone - International Version (Midnight Black)


15.6” Asus Vivobook F510UA (Thin / Lightweight FHD 8th Gen Intel Core)

Acer R11 11.6" Chromebook

Western Digital 2TB Elements Portable External Hard Drive - USB 3.0

Huawei Unlocked 4G LTE Mobile WiFi

Google Chromecast Video 2nd Generation


DJI Osmo Pocket Handheld 3 Axis Gimbal Stabilizer with integrated Camera

DJI OSMO Pocket Expansion Kit

ULANZI OSMO Pocket Wide Angle Lens

GoPro Hero 8 Black Action Camera

DJI Spark with Remote Control Combo (White)

GoPro 3-Way Grip, Arm, Tripod

Aluminum Alloy 7-Section Selfie Stick with Integrated Tripod & BT remote


JBL GO 2 Portable Bluetooth Waterproof Speaker (Gray)

Amazon Kindles (Paperwhite)

Travel Powerstrip with USB

ROMOSS 10000mAh Portable Charger

Rode smartLav+ Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone

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