Primary camera for shooting photos and videos. Great 4K image quality, battery life, full frame 120fps slow motion, fast AF for vlogging and low light sensitivity.
Primary lens for vlogging on my Sony A7III. Great build quality, fast f/2.8 aperture, smooth focus ring and zoom focal length for almost any situation.
My camera screen would be incredibly scratched if I didn't apply a plastic protector like this. Helps with resell value when that time comes.
Fast enough for recording 4K footage with my Sony A7III. I have two of these high capacity cards and keep them in my camera for long shoots.
Currently have three of these high capacity batteries for my Sony A7III. They last twice as long as my previous A7SII batteries. I charge them via third-party micro USB charger.
Charges Sony A7III Z camera batteries. Powered by micro USB so you can plug it into a portable USB brick. It's a cheaply made product so we'll see how long it lasts.
On camera microphone with a rechargeable battery, recording level settings and a huge windscreen cover. It powers on and off with your camera.
Variable ND filter for my 82mm sized 16-35mm lens. Use it to adjust the light hitting my lens. Allows me to control the balance between shutter speed and aperture easier.
Ultralight weight carbon fiber tripod for shooting at the apartment and out on location. Wanted the smallest tripod that could hold a Sony A7III. Under 4 pounds.
Portable vlogging rig for balancing in hand, standing up as a tripod and wrapping around poles off the ground. Gets weird looks but it totally awesome.
Extra joby ball head for on top of my tripod. I like to go from legs to tripod quickly. Better than the 5K version because it only has one knob.
Ultra-portable drone perfect for vlogging, travel and hiking. Connection to controller isn't as good as the DJI Mavic Pro but video quality is on par. I have one extra battery.
Wireless lav microphone that plugs into XLR or my A7III camera with included 3.5mm adapter. Receiver and transmitter batteries are rechargeable via micro USB.
Handheld XLR microphone for in-person podcast recordings. I have two of these and record straight into Tascam DR-10Xs.
Ultra minimal recorder that plugs into my podcast microphone via XLR. Use a 16GB micro SD card and rechargeable AAA batteries.
Desktop holder for my podcast microphones. Breaks down into two smaller pieces. Smallest mount I could find for travel. I have three of these.
The perfect bag for accessories and random camera gear. I put everything in these beautiful little devils.
The current and only computer I own is a 13-inch 2016 MacBook Pro with Four Thunderbolt 3 Ports, 3.3 GHz Intel Core i7, 16 GB memory and an internal 1TB SSD.
Built-in micro USB cable includes a lightning adapter for charging my iPhone. Has more than enough power for a full day of charging multiple devices.
My only headphones and one of the best recent purchases I've made. Super minimal and I'll never go back to wires. I never get any sync issues while editing.
I use this with my iPhone 8 and keep four cards: Driver's license, MTA card and two Debit cards. Allows wireless charging through the case.
Carry-on 22 inch duffle roller made by Thule. Very minimal yet holds everything I need without checking it. Matches my other bags.
This smaller backpack helps me keep less weight on my back yet carries what I need. Has a sleeve for my MacBook Pro. Weather resistant shell.
I absolutely love my single speed commuter bike. The cheapest and easy to maintain bike I have ever owned. Amazing for getting around Brooklyn.
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Everywhere I travel I always have two saved lists of locations: places I want to visit and places I love. View, save and share my favorite coffee shops, restaurants, ect.
This music licensing site is where I get all of my music for YouTube video. Download and use awesome music for videos without getting in trouble. Keep all of the ad revenue on YouTube videos you upload using this music.
45L pack for hiking and international travel. Fits a hydration pack and is all around awesome looking.
I use this on the trail to filter stream water into my pack bladders and water bottle. Nalgene bottles screw right into the pump. This is the smallest filter set I could find.
Used on the trail for a quick drink but more importantly for cooking and boiling water at camp. Can filter stream water directly into it using my pump.
Extremely light blow up sleeping mat for camp. Helps to keep under your body warm while sleeping which is super important.
Extra long and lightweight titanium spoon for eating and mixing at camp.
I like sleeping in a hammock over a tent. The included bug net and rain cover makes this perfect in every situation. Make sure to use a sleeping map in cold conditions.
I like to always be prepared when it comes to cold nights. If it's warmer you can always just sleep on top of the bag. Minimal and easy with included bag.
The easiest way to get good tasting coffee while hiking. An aero press or standard pour over filter brew is too much work and takes up too much space. These are quick, light and easy to brew.
These are the best warm socks ever. Love these things to death. So comfy and helps to protect your feet while hiking.
My favorite hiking boots. Waterproof and able to handle any weather. Very comfortable after miles of walking.
Use this when hiking at night. Takes AAA batteries, light and very bright.
Holds food and keeps bears out. Make sure to fill it to the lid with anything to save space. Get a holder bag if you can't fit it in your pack.