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PROJECT 300 will follow the release of the upcoming Toyota LandCruiser 300-series.

Once the vehicle is released, expect more content on accessories, modifications and, eventually, servicing and maintenance supplies. PROJECT 300 is written and filmed by me, Jamie Benaud from Australian Images Photography. It follows on from Project200, which documented the touring build of my 2012 LandCruiser 200-series.

I've always been interested in 4WDing, camping and touring around this beautiful country, and have been doing so for over 30 years.

I bought my first 4WD -a Suzuki Sierra- at the age of 17, and since then have owned two Nissan Patrols followed by two Toyota Land Cruisers, all heavily modified to improve their durability, performance and off road capability. I have also fabricated trailers, including a complete offroad camper trailer, which you can find at diycamper.com.au.

I've always preferred to fit and sometimes fabricate my own accessories, and have learned over time what works and what doesn't for my needs.

Legal stuff

This website and all content (unless otherwise noted) was written, photographed, filmed and designed by Jamie Benaud and is protected by copyright. No unauthorised use is permitted.

The site is built on the Astra Wordpress theme, and uses Beaver Builder Page Builder for layout.

Australian Images, the Australian Images logo, Project200 and the Project200 logo are registered trademarks.

PROJECT300 (Including the name and logo) is a trade mark. All content on this site, unless otherwise noted, is © Australian Images and must not be reproduced without written consent.

Equipment and Technology

Looking to build a similar website or video series? The links below will take to to Amazon to find each piece of equipment or software I have used.

The website is built in WordPress, generally using a MacBook Pro 16. Current video filming equipment includes a Nikon D800, Nikon Z7 (with Sony XQD card and Multi-card reader) and a GoPro Hero 7 black. Sound comes from either a Rode Videomic Pro+ or Rode FM filmmaker kit.

Video is edited in Apple Final Cut Pro X.

Disclaimer

This website and all content (unless otherwise noted) is the personal opinion of the author.

Nothing on the site should be taken as instructions, but rather as the procedures followed by the author. Anyone who is not suitably trained and/or qualified to perform the modifications shown should not attempt to perform the work. The author takes no responsibility for any injury or damage which occurs as a result of following the procedures documented on this website.

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