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What Gear Do You Use?

What do you use to do "that" is a question that often gets asked, so I decided to make a page letting everyone know what my favorite gear at the time is. This is the most up to date and current list of my Drone gear, YouTube gear and Mirrorless camera gear.

My Drone Gear

Phantom 4 Pro

My Phantom 4 Pro is the drone I reach for when I have to shoot most anything for a client. If they require something bigger, I rent a friends Inspire 2 - but if you can properly expose a shot, the Phantom 4 Pro will be able to capture fantastic results. It's an absolute work horse.

Mavic 2 Pro

My Favorite travel drone. The Mavic 2 Pro has an awesome sensor for getting high quality visuals that can fit in any backpack. 4K 1-inch sensor earned it a permanent spot in my bag (Until the next one comes out, at least.)

Mirrorless Camera Setup

Sony A7III

Absolutely love the A7III, 120fps, great low light, full frame. Use this for my YouTube videos and product photography.

Sony 24-105mm G

My favorite 'walk around' lens for the full frame Sony cameras. Great coverage of my most used focal lengths with good quality. Love this lens.

Samyang 35mm f1.4

Great 35mm prime with a lot of character. Focuses close to subjects and has great depth of field. Good bokeh in the middle of the frame.

(2) Godox AD200's

Small, powerful flashes for product, portrait & skateboard photography. Lightweight and able to pack up into my backpack quickly.

Ronin-S

Awesome gimbal that can handle a lot of weight and is comfortable to carry for long periods of time. Recommend if you're in the market for a gimbal.

Software

Adobe Creative Suite

Adobe makes some of the best desktop and mobile software for editing videos, sound, photos and designing. The gold standard for post production.

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