Laptop Free Travel Photography Set-Up!




Quick overview of a photography back-up solution that worked well for me on a recent trip, without the need of bringing a laptop.

See the pictures and video that I captured with this kit here: http://nelsonmouellic.tumblr.com/tagged/italy

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Kingston MobileLite G2 – http://amzn.com/B00KU2E9IW
Anker Astro E5 16000mAh Battery Charger – http://amzn.com/B00D5VAYRU
Joby Gorillapod Micro Hybrid 800 (There’s also a smaller version of this one, so be sure to order this “bigger” one!) – http://amzn.com/B005HY4TXS

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  1. Why not simplify and use WD My Passport Pro? Plus 2 advantages: It comes with USB 2 port that I can plug CF card reader and it has a fairly large battery that I can use to power other devices. I also carry a 4000mah solar charger w/ battery that when folded it is of size of iPhone 7. With this set up, I can manage to back up my CF and SD cards indefinitely. I am just depending of how long my camera batteries will last. I know that I can be on a remote truck trip in Africa and I won't need charge my devices on the grid if I manage well using the solar panel.

  2. For transferring video – does the interface show you thumbnails of each shot? How is video transfer compared to the photo transfer as far as time to transfer…any other video tips using this system? I'll be using a gopro5 that will have both video and still.

  3. i used to have that kingston wifi card reader, but its a little slow to power up and transfer. What do you think of the SD card reader for iphone? SD card reader-lighting cord. No need to charge for it to function.

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