We all know that National Geographic works with some of the most talented photographers in the world to capture the amazing images that have been a hallmark of the organization for more than a century. But sometimes it takes more than a keen eye and a great sense of composition to get the right shot. In this video, we see how the photographers and engineers at Nat Geo work together to hack cameras for use in wildlife shots. Everything from strapping a device to a manta ray to strapping a camera to a lion, none of which is easy. Check it out below.
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