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Filmingcrew

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Hi,

I am going to be doing some filming for a TV show in a national park in the USA. For other US shoots I have been able to 'attend' via zoom (I am in the UK) with a local cameraman who sets up zoom on his phone or laptop.
The guy who I will be filming says that the signal at the location is 'patchy at best'.
I assume that means I won't be able to use a wifi hotspot but I am interested to find out what you think? Are there any that might work or would anyone be able to suggest another way for me to do this.

thank you.
 

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Hi, and welcome to TSG.

The US National Park Service has some information on its website regarding cellphone coverage and WiFi availability. You would need to look up the specific park you plan to visit.

https://www.nps.gov/aboutus/broadband.htm

If you absolutely require Internet access at a remote location, you are probably looking at some kind of pricey satellite-based service.
 
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