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One of my passions in life is traveling the world and recording my adventures is part of the fun. As a videographer, I own four professional video cameras that produce amazing footage, but because traveling requires a lot of mobility, the cameras just aren’t practical to capture my journeys. Each of my video cameras weigh about 6 pounds, and as a result they slow me down and bring a lot of attention, signaling to the locals that I’m definitely a tourist. So for the past couple of years, I’ve been searching for the perfect travel camera, and I think I’ve found it.