Videos Gear

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Budget Video Starter Kit


Panasonic LUMIX GH4

A classic starter DSLR. This 16 megapixel camera will benefit new bloggers with its flip out LCD screen. It is very amazing to get a camera at this price, with 4k capabilities. Definitely something to consider.


Panasonic LUMIX G 25mm Lens

A beginner lens for your Panasonic Lumix GH4. This is a suggested lens to get for the GH4 after your kit lens not only because it allows you to get very close to that classic 50mm look, but the f1.7 aperture is going to help you get more light in your image.


Canon EOS M50 Mark II

The updated version of arguably one of the most famous starter DSLRs. You get an amazing standard zoom kit lens, a camera with a flip out screen that’s perfect for vlogging, 4k capabilities, all at a great price.


Amazon Basics Tripod

Your first tripod doesn’t have to get too crazy. Get this basic lightweight camera mount tripod at a very cheap price and call it a day.


Sirui 3T-35K Tripod

The Sirui 3T-35k table top/handheld video tripod is a great versatile mini tripod. It’s perfect for Vloggers and YouTubers. You can use your DSLR camera on this tripod while you’re walking around recording yourself, and then once you get home, pull out the legs and stand it on your table.


Neewer 2-Pack Video Lights

These budget friendly dimmable 5600k USB video lights are made for bedroom vlogging moments when you don’t need anything too powerful, but need something to brighten your face. They come with adjustable stands, and multiple light diffusers.


Neewer Bi-Color 480 LED Video Lights

This 2 packs of video lights are more for when you need to light a scene. They’re not as bright or expensive as professional studio lights, but are good enough for bringing some brightness into your room.

Level up your Canon m50


Canon EF-M 22mm f2 STM

One of the most affordable ways to get a sharper image with the Canon M50. With an f2 aperture, videographers will be able to get more light into their camera.


Sigma 16mm f/1.4

Sigma is a manufacturing company that produces a lot of photography products. And they went ahead and created the best lenses for the Canon M50. This 16mm lens with its wide angle field of view, is perfect for vlogging, and landscape photography. Not to mention that f1.4 aperture is going to come in handy when it starts to get dark outside.


Sigma 30mm f/1.4

Sigma didn’t stop there. They kept the great f1.4 aperture and brought it to a more standard format lens. This 30mm lens would be the one you purchase if you want something closer to the field of view that the average person sees.


Sigma 56mm f/1.4

Sigma’s 56mm f1.4 lens for the Canon M50 is perfect for portraits. on the M50, the 56mm gets you closer to that classic 85mm portrait photography. If you’re in the business of taking portraits, or need something with a little bit of range, then this is the lens for you.