sir thats really amazing! thanks for sharingFilming - I use my cell phone to film, so I do not count the expense of the phone. Currently on a Samsung A42 5G. It records 4k, but I use 1080.
Sound - I have a $20 lav mic for outdoor use (collar mic, plugs into phone). Indoors I use a Tonor mic (never heard of them - a $30 USB mic from Amazon). I have been very happy with the sound quality. Audacity is free and works well for recording and tweaking the sound.
Lights - Over the years I have probably spent about $100 on lights. I made my own green screen, and 2 reflective light holders, for under $20. I recently got 2 soft boxes with tripods, for about $20 each. Some $6 LED multi color strands, for fun. Got a ring light on tripod for about $15 but rarely use it after buying the soft boxes. I have all 4 main studio lights on wifi plugs, so Google home can turn them on & off with one voice command. Plugs were maybe $5 each.
hope you get all resourcesI have a pretty nice cell phone and a collection of various cheap gimbals, tripods and mounts. I don't own a computer and phone aside I probably own maybe $700 worth of stuff that I have collected over 5 years. Some of that I was even to get donated by companies.
I appreciate that... but I hope I don't. I don't want a big budget or new tools to learn. If I can manage to continue doing what I am doing with the near non-existent expense that I have maintained thus far and I can make it to the 100,000, 500,000 or more subscriber levels then I will be doing EXCEPTIONALLY well. Get me a camera person six times per year, a boat and a better house and I am good to go for the rest of my life.hope you get all resources
I'm the same, spent a good but of money getting a really good gaming pc, pc accessories and then I invested in a new phone that can record in 4k with a 108MP cameraWow, seems like I get to be the one who brags the biggest here. I have about $2.5k worth of equipment from a $1500 Gaming PC to a $700 camera with multiple tripods and lighting sets.