Brooker Films
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MyKit

MY KIT LIST

Having the right camera equipment allows us to create videos that we can be proud of. Of course, story is king! You need great ideas and amazing concepts to create an awesome video but having the correct equipment allows you to take your videos to the next level! Below is a breakdown of my entire collection of equipment that I use on a daily basis to produce music videos, short films, YouTube videos and more.



VIDEOS

Canon 50mm 1.8 Lens

The Canon 50mm 1.8 lens is one of the best bangs for your buck when it comes to film-making equipment. This lens allows you to capture beautiful blurry bokeh and shoot in low light scenes by allowing your camera’s aperture to drop down to F1.8.


Yongnuo YN360 Light

The Yongnuo YN360 Light is one of the best portable LED lights you will own. You can adjust the colour balance from 3200K to 5500K, use RGB coloured light, adjust brightness and power the light via wall power and batteries.


Neewer 5-1 Reflector

Reflectors are an amazing way of filling in shadows and manipulating the sunlight when shooting outdoors. These work great with photography and videography, so I always make sure to bring one to set.


Polarising Filter

Polarising filters are a great way to increase your saturation and remove reflections from windows, glass and water. This is why I always make sure to carry a polarising filter with me wherever I go. Pro tip: Make sure you get the right polarising filter! Every lens has a different thread size, so make sure the filter matches the lens. My Canon 24-105mm lens has a thread size of 77mm, so I use the 77mm Polarising Filter.


ND Filter (Neutral Density Filter)

ND filters are like sunglasses for your camera! When filming outside or in bright conditions, it’s crucial that you have an ND filter with you as you don’t want to over-expose your photo or video when using lower apertures.