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Apple Airpods: Perfect for exercise, hands free calls, dancing, and screaming babies on airplanes.
UPDATE 30 October 2020: I have switched systems entirely! I need to update the gear list. I made the jump from Canon to Sony and I am happy I did. I will probably do a post on why I made the switch.
My Camera: Canon 5D mkIV (Body Only) Lenses listed below: All images prior to September 2019, were taken with this.
Telephoto: Canon 70-200 f/4 is ii: Great for portraits and sometimes things are far away.
Tripod: MeFoto Backpacker: The only one that fits into my bag and is built to last.
Step Up Ring: Save yourself $100 and use this to fit a large filter on a smaller lens
Pelican memory card case: Memories are worth more than the camera.
Action camera: GoPro Hero 7 Black
Bag Security when leaving it somewhere: It’s not perfect, but it may deter the typical opportunistic or lazy thief.
Ear plugs: Because some clubs are very loud… and screaming babies on planes.
Spare Battery: Charges everything, many times.
Dual Battery Charger USB: I carry a few batteries that need charging.
My Day Pack… Fantastic bag that fits under an airplane seat. I can access my camera without putting the bag down.
To charge everything in a small space, and faster
Sea to Summit Dry Sacks (much better than big vacuum bags)
International Travel Adapter Set
Knitting Needle Set: Hopefully, these make it around the world.
Mike’s Bag: Osprey Porter 65 (I had to have a U zip. The 75 l camping bag was annoying to unpack/repack)
Headlamp: Great value and used regularly (even for knitting)
Jyn’s Bag: Osprey Fairview 55L
iPhone XS Max 64 gb: This is incredibly versatile. If I could only bring one thing, it might be this.
Luggage Scale: Inexpensive and prevents bag repacking
Down Jacket: This kept me warm at Mt. Everest Basecamp and in Alaskan Winter. Compresses into very small area. Yes, the hood makes a huge difference.
My portable gym: They fit into my bag and fill in the gap for some pulling exercises. Calisthenics takes care of the rest of my routine.