What's in my Camera Bag?
CAMERA GEAR LIST
Here is a list of camera gear I brings on my day-to-day travels!
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30.3 Megapixel Full frame CMOS Sensor and DIGIC 8 Image processor
Dual Pixel CMOS AF with 5,655 manually selectable AF points
4K 30P with Canon log and 10 bit 4:2:2 HDMI output; Dust and drip resistant
Built in EVF with 3.69 million dots, Vary Angle Touchscreen LCD and dot matrix LCD panel
My Go-To Lens. This Lens goes with me everywhere. It's small, portable, and great for portrait photos. The 2.0 aperture is perfect for a low-light situation and is capable of giving you the blurry background everyone loves.
Best all-around Lens. With a focal length range of 24-70mm you don't have to switch lenses around when you are out in the field.
Highly Recommended product if you are a hybrid shooter. You can switch from a clear glass filter to a variable ND filter. This will save you time when switching from photo to video compared to the screw-on ND filters.
The perfect bag for everyday adventure. Carries your camera, drone, a couple of lenses, accessories, and more.
Audio is important if you plan to capture dialogue or background noise. If you are looking for a budget-friendly microphone, you should pick up the Rode VideoMicro.
Reliable storage is a must. It's compact, water-resistant, dust-resistant, and has fast reading speeds.
The perfect travel tripod. It's compact, easy to use, and has a phone mount. But if you are on a budget, grab the TYCKA 56 Tripod.
A mini cheat code. Give you easy access to grab your camera on a hike. Take your photo and lock it back in place.
I use this for all my standard drone shots. I'll leave the specs below.
1-Inch C-MOS Image Sensor of 20 Megapixels, DJI Air 2S is capable of 5.4K/30fps and 4K/60fps video.
Up to 7.5 MILES Max Video Transmission
30 minutes of flight time
I don't always bring this with me but in a professional setting, this is my go-to.
All of my FPV shots are captured with this action camera. Pick up Polar Pro ND Filters to follow the 180 shutter rule.
Capture unique shots with this drone. Safe to fly indoors, and around people. I usually get 6-8 minutes of flight time with a GoPro using a 1300Mah Battery.
Best Cinematic drone to capture acrobatic shots. Recommend this drone for anyone starting FPV. For beginners, practice outdoors in an open field when no one is around. I get 3-4 minutes of flight time with a GoPro using a 1300Mah Battery.
I use the DJI System on my FPV drones. These googles will do the job.
If you can find one of these, I highly recommend you buy one.