What Camera Gear Does Sam Kolder Use?
Sam Kolder is a legendary film maker. His camera skills & travel videos are nothing short of expectations. If you watch any of his videos, you will surely be in for a ride and left mind-blown by all of his unique and incredibly smooth transitions
Published: July 13, 2019
Modified: October 11, 2020 (3 years ago)
Some say Sam Kolder is the father of cinematic transitions that brought videography to a whole new level. You can check out his Instagram and YouTube accounts if you haven't yet. Here is a video that he recently published after six months of work. It could very well be one of the best travel videos of all time.
If you want to know the camera gear that he uses, here is the list of amazon affiliate links:
Sam Kolder's Camera Gear
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JOBY GorillaPod 3K Kit. Compact Tripod 3K Stand and Ballhead 3K for Compact Mirrorless Cameras or Devices up to 3K (6.6lbs). Black/Charcoal.
JOBY GorillaPod 5K Kit. Professional Tripod 5K Stand and Ballhead 5K for DSLR Cameras or Mirrorless Camera with Lens up to 5K (11lbs). Black/Charcoal.
Zhiyun Crane 2 Follow Focus 3-Axis Handheld Gimbal, Buy Crane-2 Get Free Servo Follow Focus, 7lb Payload OLED Display 18hrs Runtime 1Min Toolless Balance Adjustment for Camera Weighing 1.1 to 7lb
GoPro HERO6 Black — Waterproof Digital Action Camera for Travel with Touch Screen 4K HD Video 12MP Photos
Lowepro ProTactic 450 AW Camera Backpack - Professional Protection for Your Camera Gear or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum
Adobe Lightroom | Photo editing and organizing software | 12-month Subscription with auto-renewal, PC/Mac
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