Tourists have been allowed to do footage out from the ice and snow to the lower parts of the Mount Kenya. This is a legalised activity by the government of Kenya to take photographs and record videos travelling inside their vehicles at the same time. These are very interesting videos to watch and take account for a wildlife event. Animals mate while feed on prey to get a satisfaction. For a proper footage to be done, there has to be good weather conditions in the grasslands, while the rivers should also be a bit calm when animals are crossing towards the Safari Lodge of Mt. Kenya. Like the way animals need a safe river to cross through at the Masai Mara towards Serengeti and vice versa, the Mt. Kenya requires good weather conditions that favour grazing of beasts, gazelles, antelopes, apes and monkeys in visible and footage free lands of Mt. Kenya. Using powerful digital cameras like the Leica Q and B-333 WiFi for uploading photographs in HD, without any necessary file compression technology, footage is very easy. Binocular components, in form of installed software are used to capture running predators in the wild as well as fast flying vultures and eagles. Such devices, in spite of being priceless and affordable by individual footage personnel, have electric lenses which will form part of the front camera’s ergonomic glass, that is concave in shape too. When it rainy, water resistance is another vital feature that has to be very considered. Travelling has to continue even when there is a lot of rainfall nearby. Jeeps have ways of automatically covering up on top after sensing rainfall nearby them. However, it is easy to predict the weather by having a weather forecast application or following through the media before the actual event can take place. Water resistance has the importance of protecting the inner parts of a digital footage camera from rust or hydrated Iron (III) oxide, as well as short circuiting. Remember that the camera is connected to a Direct Current from the huge power source fixed in the Travel Jeep.
Footage can also be done using a drone. This is an electronic device that has computerised instructions to respond to a central processing unit (CPU) located away from the footage location or capture target. Both have to use electrical power. The drone has to make use of 4.5V to 12V Batteries to enable to process solid instructions from a CPU or HP System Unit (250NB) for a prolonged time, hold a digital camera from the bottom which will sometime magnify a very much thrilling event. The digital camera also need power to fly it, float it and direct it towards the ground, as the destination.