10 Pieces of Gear Every Backcountry Photographer Should Own

Get the shot in style with these backcountry essentials.

Multi-day treks through the backcountry require much more planning than your average outdoor photoshoot. Keeping you (and your camera) warm, dry, and functioning at your peak is paramount to a successful photo-adventure. I’ve had my share of close calls and uncomfortable nights in the wilderness, so I’ve put together a list of the gear I never leave home without.

I’ve decided to forgo mentioning the traditional photography gear such as tripods and filters because I assume those are a given and everyone has their own preferences (I’m a Sony man, myself). Obviously this list could be nearly endless if I included every little bit of equipment that I found helpful outdoors, so this list is dedicated to the equipment that I’ve found really go that extra mile for helping me have a successful overnight photoshoot.

MiiR 23oz Vacuum Insulated Bottle

Reusable water bottles are better for the environment, insulated bottles are better for your drinks, and Miir donates a substantial portion of their revenues to charities across the globe which is better for everyone, and everything.

The 23oz MiiR vacuum insulated bottle keeps your favorite drink at its ideal temp. An easy carry handle and simple design makes this bottle ideal for the person on the go.

Features

  • Thermo 3D ™ Double Wall Vacuum Insulation Technology
  • Stays cold for 24+ hours and hot for up to 12 hours
  • Does not sweat
  • BPA free
  • Perfect Seal™ lid won’t leak
  • 18/8 Medical grade stainless steel doesn’t transfer flavor & no metal aftertaste
  • Hardshell™ Powder coat (colored bottles)
  • Optimal size opening eliminates face splashing and fits standard ice cubes
  • Cup holder compatible

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