The YouTube Equipment and Filming Setup!



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How I film YouTube videos, and all the camera equipment, lenses, microphones, free editing software and storage that I use!
Full List & Amazon Links Below:

My YouTube Gear – Amazon Links

Canon 7D Mark II (Great camera, better options for videographers)
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Canon 24-105L F4 Lens
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Sigma 18-35 1.8 (APSC Crop Sensors Only)
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Canon 10-22 Lens (APSC Crop Sensors Only)
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Canon 50mm 1.4 Lens
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Manfrotto 055 Tripod
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Manfrotto Pro Video Head
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Rode NTG4+ Mic
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Zoom H5 Recorder
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Toshiba Exceria Pro 128GB SD Card:
(Thanks to Toshiba for supplying my SD Card!)
US: (64GB version)
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‘Cheapo’ Lighting LEDS:
US: (Bestlight)
UK: (Neewer)

Lifx LED Light Bulb:
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16 thoughts on “The YouTube Equipment and Filming Setup!

  1. Keep referencing back to this video. Really helpful.
    Dude I'm trying to decide what lens to get for my camera for filming. Currently got a Nikkor 18-200m f3.5-5. What would you suggest I get next?

  2. Great Video. Can you make a video on how to speak in front of camera, like do you prepare script or just speak whatever is coming to your mind.

  3. hi, to solve your focus issues with your sigma, they do a usb dock thing which does micro adjustments and also upgrades the firmware. it might be worth looking into getting that if you want sharp images from your sigma.

  4. Here's hoping Santa brings you some nice gear for Christmas. I city agree about the lighting vs space issues as it's something I have a problem with too.

  5. You don't need expensive lenses for shooting video. 1080p video is shot at 2MP and 4K at around 8MP. The lens makes a difference in still photography that are shot at 36MP~50MP and need good glass to be able to render that fine detail. 70-200mm f2.8 is a photographer's wet dream and one the most useless thing you can buy for video. Buy the cheapest lenses that can autofocus, buy good lights, buy a good microphone, a tripod, a good head for the tripod, a slider and be entertaining.

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