National Geographic may be known for its photographs, but you don't see much about the people behind the cameras. And I don't mean just the photographers. The organization has a small team of engineers who invent and build camera and robotics equipment for photographers to use in the wild, either to document wildlife up close or to reach parts of the world that humans and cameras just can't normally operate. Last year, National Geographic's Proof blog profiled one of its roboticists, Walter Boggs (video below), and more recently, produced another video documentary showing the work of another one of its engineers, Kenji Yamaguchi. As National Geographic describes them, they're the Q to the James Bonds of nature photography.