I am routinely asked what kind of equipment I use to create my TTM videos for YouTube, so I thought I would my gear list up as a resource for everybody to refer to. If you have any questions about video or podcasting gear, please send me an email or use the contact form and I will do my best to answer them. You can also find more resources directly on Amazon in my Custom Amazon Shop.
- Card Collecting Supplies
- Video Gear
Card Collecting Supplies
- Quantity: 200 Top loaders
- Keeps cards clean
- 3" X 4"
- Prevents damage
- Card size: 2-1/2 x 3-1/2
- 10 (Ten) Packs of 100 Sleeve(s) per Pack
- Size 2 5/8 X 3 5/8
- Fits Top loaded Card Holder
- Protect cards while handling
- Great to Protect Single Cards - May Ship Ultra or BCW Brand Soft Sleeves
Using peel-and-stick envelopes will make it less of a hassle for your favorite celebrity to return your item, who wants to lick a standard envelope? This is a great deal on a 500 count security lined bo of 6 3/4 envelopes – perfect for your TTM “return” envelope! You can find them on amazon here
“Send” #10 Envelopes
- #10 SECURITY TINTED SELF SEAL ENVELOPES; forget cheap envelopes that easily split and aren't suitable for secure mailing, our #10 envelopes are designed with a premium security tint to protect sensitive information and a super strong SELF-SEAL strip, perfect for larger documents
- PREMIUM SECURITY TINTED PATTERN; our #10 envelopes are designed with a premium security printed design to protect contents and sensitive information, perfect for secure business and legal mailing while protecting sensitive information
- WINDOWLESS DESIGN; envelopes ideal for standard business & legal documents and sensitive correspondence, manufactured with a windowless front panel for easy printing, labeling or hand-addressing, perfect for quick, mass business mailings
- QUICK-SEAL CLOSURE; our #10 envelopes are designed with an ultra strong SELF-SEAL adhesive strip to create a full, super secure seal across each envelope's width that won't easily open or tear, ideal for mailing larger documents without splitting
- LONG LASTING SUPPLY; large sized envelopes and 500 envelopes in every pack for a long lasting supply, perfect for everyday business correspondence and large mailing tasks!
“Return” Envelopes (6 3/4)
- Features a two-sided ink pad that doubles the number of impressions and the useful life of the stamp pad
- Attractive, clear mount which allows you to accurately line up your stamp impression
- Prints in Red Ink
- Impression Area: 9/16" x 1-1/2"
- Guaranteed to stick and stay: Avery labels with Ultrahold permanent adhesive hold fast to envelopes, cardboard, paper, plastic, glass, tin and metal; great for mailing, filing, organizing items, packaging and pricing products
- Print with confidence; only Avery mailing labels feature Sure Feed technology to provide a reliable feed through your printer, preventing misalignments and jams
- Labels remove quickly and easily from the backing sheet without any tears or rips; simply bend the label sheet to expose the Pop-up Edge, peel off your label and apply
- Get clear text and crisp graphics; optimized for laser & inkjet printers to help prevent smearing or smudging
- 100% acid-free and archival safe
- Durable polypropylene cover
- Clear top-loading polypropylene pocket pages
- A reversible spine insert; which allows for customized titling and organization
- Thick gauge, acid-free black mounting paper
Camera – Canon T7i
I use a Canon T7i for all of the video where it is me on camera. I love it because it has a flip out screen, which makes it easy to compose the shot while I am sitting behind the desk. It has served me very well.
I use a variety of SD cards for the camera, but have had the best luck with PNY cards specifically designed for HD camera.
I have a microphone mounted to the flash mount on top of the camera. The microphone I chose is the Rode VideoMic Pro. It has a great sound and is something I can use for other projects as well. When using the Mic, I set the gain switch to be in the middle. It took a bit of experimenting to find the correct settings, but once I did, it was a lot easier than messing with a lapel mic.
For lights I use a simple 2-point light system rather than a traditional 3. The light kit I chose is called the PBL STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHY VIDEO LIGHT KIT CONTINUOUS LIGHTING KIT VIDEO LIGHTING EZ 24″ x 24″ SOFTBOX. It does remarkable well for such an inexpensive kit. The bulbs are 5500K daylight bulbs, which helps me adjust the settings for the camera, making everything look like natural light.