We use our DSLR camera mostly for photographing and for filming static objects, i.e. making YouTube tutorials for you. Here is a list of our equipment.
Nikon D7100 (body only) – great for photos, but NOT great for filming of moving objects (bad autofocus). But I use it often for filming of static objects (it is quite fine) and in low light conditions.
NIKKOR 16-85mm f/3.5-5.6 – universal use and easy to focus, I use it for landscapes, people and product photo
NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8 – I use this lens mostly for portrait or product photography; great focus; thanks to low aperture it is easy to make a nice blurry background and let the subject pop up
Tamron 90mm F/2.8 MACRO 1:1 – amazing details; I use it mostly for tiny animals (try to photograph insect and you will be surprised); also great for product photo when detail is the major requirement
Vanguard tripod – great for hiking and walking, we take it everywhere (it is lightweight); but for studio work only I would probably choose something heavier and more stable
Studio Lights and Backgrounds (Kit)
Limo Studio – all basic stuff I need for my photo / video studio. Includes 4 lights (2 hard lights with umbrellas and two lights in the soft boxes), adjustable stands for background and all lights, 3 backgrounds (black, white and green).
Lifetime 80160 Commercial – I use this table for product reviews (overhead shots), unboxing videos etc.; cheap, adjustable to 3 height levels, foldable to a thin piece (easy to move).
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