What Vlogging Equipment Does Jake Paul Use?
9 May 2018, 16:58 | Updated: 9 May 2018, 17:00
Here's everything Jake Paul uses to make his vlogs
While his videos aren't to everyone's taste, there's no denying that Jake Paul's vlogging equipment delivers high-quality footage and crystal-clear sound. Unsurprisingly, Jake Paul's camera and mic aren't at the lower-end of the price scale, so for beginner vloggers his set-up might not the best to buy. But for those of you who are taking vlogging to the next level (or with heaps of money), here's Jake Paul's vlogging set up, equipment prices, and where you can buy them.
Please note, the prices listed below are the manufacturer's recommended retail price (RRP), but prices may vary elsewhere.
What camera does Jake use?
Jake Paul uses a Sony a7S camera to record videos. According to Sony's website, the a7S features "the world’s first full-frame sensor capable of full pixel readout on 4K video." The camera comes with a built-in 15mm lens, but a range of lenses from the E-mount range are compatible with the camera. At 12.2 megapixels and with ISO 50–409600 sensitivity, Jake's camera helps pick up detail while reducing noise.
The a7S costs £2,239 (£3040.36)
You can buy Jake's camera here.
What about the lens?
Attached to Jake's camera is a Sony FE 16-35mm lens. A versatile piece of equipment, the lens allows for wide-angle zoom and works equally well for indoor landscapes or landscapes.
The RRP for the Sony FE 16-35mm lens is £1349 ($1831.82)
You can buy Jake's lens here.
What microphone does Jake use?
Jake uses a RØDE VideoMic Pro shotgun microphone that's designed for use with DSLR cameras. It's 1/2 inch condenser capsule allows for "broadcast-quality audio."
The RØDE VideoMic Pro costs £169.00 ($229.49)
You can buy Jake's mic here.
What tripod does he use?
Jake uses a tripod from the Joby range, most likely a GorillaPod 3K.
The Joby GorillaPod 3K's RRP is £108.56 ($79.95).
You can buy Jake's tripod here.