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What's in a Travel Blogger's Electronics Bag?



What’s in a Travel Blogger’s Electronics Bag?
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I used to take pride in traveling around the world with carry-on bags only. Those days are long gone now, as I have more camera gear and other electronics to bring along. Such is life for a digital nomad!

Here’s everything that’s in my electronics bag, including all of my photography gear, my blogging equipment, and I just have to share with you why I am absolutely in love with my Pacsafe backpack for its theft-proof features. Happy watching and let me know what’s in your electronics bag!

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10 comments

  1. what's the name of the blue bag you have? can't find it anywhre. thanks

  2. I’m so surprised you only have 8k subs? Watching your videos and your love for photography you should have way more subscribers. ☺️ Keep up the good work as I am inspired by you.

  3. Hi … sorry i think i miss something but what is your camera ? i did not see it ..thanks a lot for your video …did you learn how to use all of that in Matt training ? , for start what you recommend for a little budget please ? THanks …

  4. Is the blue backpack pacsafe too?

  5. Do you have a link to that pacsafe bag so I know which one exactly you're using

  6. Always interesting to see how others pack Kristin, so thanks for that!
    I've honed down my packing over the years, and the older I get, the less I seem to need, I'm not a vlogger or pro photographer of course, so that helps!
    One thing that has lightened the load considerably for me, is the use of bridge cameras, they have been seriously lacking in the past for picture quality, but there are some very good ones around now, especially with the likes of the Lumix FZ2000 and DSC-RX10 IV with their 1" sensors and long lenses, admittedly they are a "jack of all trades, master of none" type of tool, but the weight saving of having an all in one package instead of a bag full of lenses is considerable!
    If weight was an issue, I wandered why you would pack a laptop, tablet and Kindle at the same time (apart from having more battery life and for convenience sake) as you could of course read all your books on either of the other devices, just saying!! 😉
    I haven't traveled much with my Mavic yet (apart from a recent working trip to Scotland) so have that to look forward to, as that is also my favorite thing at the mo, and like your solar power charger a lot, it's great having all this tech, but keeping it powered up can be troublesome when on the trail or off grid!
    Well, that's my 2 pennies worth, love your videos, especially from your American Southwest trip, brought back many great (and bad!) memories, keep up the good work? 🙂

  7. Anywhere we can get the names of all the products you've mentioned in this vid?

  8. i guess your intro video inspired me to get a mini drone soon 🙂 I am heading over to instagram to follow you there 🙂

  9. that was so informative 🙂

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