Jake Paul Camera, Vlogging Gear, and BiographyCarmine
From Cleveland, Ohio to Los Angeles, California, Jake Paul has had an awesome rise to fame on YouTube. Him and his brother Logan Paul are both successful vloggers and content creators, boasting over 10 million subscribers each. Jake was born on January, 17th, 1997 making him 20 years old. He is son to Greg Paul, a relator and Pam Stepnick, who is a registered nurse.
In September of 2013, he had been posting funny videos on the app Vine which has since been discontinued. He amassed 2 billion plays and over 5 million followers in this time. Two years later, Jake was able to land a a lead role in the Disney Channel series Bizaardvark. Then in this year, he was invited to the White House for an event that focused on social media. He even vlogged himself hiding in the bathroom past 3:30 AM to get around security. He’s gone onto to create an agency focused around influencer marketing with the help of Vayner Capital and Horzions Alpha to name a few.
These days you’ll find Jake posting on YouTube, focusing on his acting career, investing and business ventures in general. He is an inspiration for any content creator that wants to become a hit so we’ve compiled all of the equipment he uses if you want to get as big as him.
Jake Paul Vlogging Gear
Jake Paul Camera Lens
A good camera needs one thing and that’s a good lens. Jake uses the 16-35mm from Sony which reduces flare, glaring, and gives you an optimal angle of view. Using a lens on a camera in general will help you achieve higher quality shots, special effects, zooming and more. It’s a nice accessory that will come in handy for the serious content creator.
Jake Paul Microphone
Don’t you hate when your audio is fuzzy, has static or isn’t clear enough at times? This can be solved with the help of a good quality microphone. Jake himself uses the very popular VideoMic series from Rode which is common among serious YouTubers. It helps minimize outside sound other than what is right in front of you and the focus of the video. It isn’t very big either which makes it non-intrusive and easy to carry around.
Also used by: Casey Neistat, Joe Sugg, Ricegum, FouseyTube, Pontiacmadeddg, Kandee Johnson
Jake Paul Tripod
Another very popular choice among vloggers is the GorillaPod for its flexiblity, light weight design, and usefulness. If you want to carry it around vlogging, simply straighten out the legs and you make a handle. For capturing other shots, bend the legs how you like and hit record. A tripod comes in useful at times you may not think it does so don’t leave this out of your vlogging arsenal.