VIETNAM Travel Video 2019 (MEKONG DELTA – Can Tho) GH5 + Sigma 18-35mm

Check my cinematic travel video from our 3-weeks trip across Vietnam. This episode shows 1 day we’ve spent in Can Tho where we took Mekong Delta tour. Shot with GH5 with sigma 18-35mm GH5 and DJI Mavic Air.

My style is cinematic travel vlog.

We recommend to buy a private tour by the river, near Cho Can Tho. For about 4-5 hours tour we’ve paid 20 USD for a boat.

Panasonic Lumix GH5 Natural picture profile (60fps/4K), footage edited in Adobe Premiere Pro 2017 and Adobe After Effects 2017. Footage was color graded with Magic Bullet Colorista IV.

My Gear:
Camera Panasonic GH5:
Main Lens Sigma 18-35 mm f1.8,
Metabones Speed Booster XL 0.64x,
Camera ND Filter:
Drone DJI Mavic Air Combo:
Drone ND Filters:
Zhiyun Crane 2:
GoPro Hero 4:

Mekong delta is the southern most region of Vietnam. It was formed by the sediment deposited by the Mekong river, the process which continue today; silt deposited extend the shoreline at the mouth of the river as much as 79 meter per year. The river is so larger that it has two daily tides . At the low tide season boat event could not move in the canal.

The land of the Mekong Delta is renowned for it richness and almost haft of it is under cultivation. The area is known as : “Vietnam” basket of rice”. The Mekong Delta produce enough rice to feed the entire country
Other products from this region are: coconuts, sugar cane, fruits, fishes and prawns. Also this is the primary rural area, it is one of the most densely populated regions in Vietnam.

Music: Benny Blanco, Halsey & Khalid – Eastside (Acoustic)

Channel: Kubson Production


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17 thoughts on “VIETNAM Travel Video 2019 (MEKONG DELTA – Can Tho) GH5 + Sigma 18-35mm

  1. Thanks for watching guys! Put your comment below and let me know what do you think about this episode or maybe you've been in this place? 🙂

  2. Hello everyone, I also make videos to discover regions or cities in drone and on the ground. Come watch our videos and do not hesitate to leave us comments to give us your opinion and to like, subscribe and share our videos!

  3. Great color grading. Are you filming in 30fps and converting to 23.976 to get the slight slow-mo effect? Also nice stable shots.

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