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Cameraman Kim Wolhuter steps into the heart of a wild hyena clan. Mike Richards climbs 120 feet into the rainforest canopy to film a bird believed extinct. Filmmaker Vicky Stone creeps within feet of Africa’s largest crocodiles during their annual feast. Cave diving expert Shane Moore disappears into the Gateway to Hell. They get the shots that change the way we see our planet. They film untamed nature. They are the Cameramen Who Dare.


  • Cameramen Who Dare: Shark Swarm
    From shark infested waters, to scorching deserts and alligator chocked rivers, join the adventures of the Cameramen Who Dare.
  • Cameramen Who Dare: Crocodile Ambush
    From sitting in the heart of a Hyena clan, to gaping in awe at a titan, experience life behind the lens on the wildest missions ever attempted.
  • Cameramen Who Dare: Bear Battleground
    Watch filmmakers as they take some of the most groundbreaking footage, then follow an extraordinary camerawoman as she attempts to save her crew.