Charles Trippy Camera And Tripod For VloggingCarmine Mastropierro
Charles Trippy is the founder of the Internet Killed Television or CTFxC web series. For over 5 years, Trippy’s wife Alli Speed was commonly featured in videos before they decided to take a break from each other. He also loves to show off his dogs Zoey and Marley in his videos. Charles’ new girlfriend Allie Wesenberg and her dog Diesel have been apart of the channel since 2014 and overall the channel follows his daily activities. He has even documented personal things like his marriage, divorce and battle with cancer in the past.
Originally CTFxC was only planned to last about a year but after continually uploading 10-15 minute vlogs daily, his channel blew up. People like us fell in love with the channel and its content because it was fun and lighthearted. Charles even entered into the Guinness World Records for the most consecutive daily vlogs, currently up to 8 years! That is some real inspiration to hustle and grind every day without taking a break.
Charles attended Lakewood Ranch High School when he was younger and then went onto graduate from the University of South Florida. During 2006 he began making videos and eventually worked in other webseries like the Shaytards, PrankvsPrank, YouTubers React and more. With over 1.5 million subscribers today, he has reached a great level of success through hard work that we should all look up to. Below is the camera and tripod he uses to film his vlogs if you’re interested in making daily videos yourself.
Charles Trippy Camera
Charles Trippy uses a few different cameras but mostly the G7 X Mark II which if you’ve read some of our other vlogging content you’d know is extremely popular. Practically any time we are writing a breakdown of an influencers gear they tend to have this badboy in their rotation. For vlogging and all around video creation though, there isn’t much of a better choice. It features a 1″ 20.1 megapixel sensor with DIGIC 7 technology to create some of the best quality you can get your hands on. It also allows you to film in poor lighting with ease so you’re never held back from filming. You can shoot up to 8 FPS in RAW or JPEG formats and take high res photos to boot. Along with 1080p full HD capabilities, your subscribers will commenting on how you get such good video quality every time you upload.
Charles Trippy Tripod
Luckily you don’t need to invest big bucks for a nice tripod these days. What uses to cost hundreds of dollars you can now get for under 50. Charles likes the SuperLegs flexible tripod because it allows you to use it as a handle or bend it in any way you like to set it down. When you want to achieve hands-off filming, this is a great choice.
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