How I Make Videos From My Home Studio

Video is the best type of content you can produce for your business but creating videos is not easy. In this post, I wanted to share my home studio video making equipment. In this video, I give you a behind the scenes look at my home studio including my $500 green screen, my camera set up, my $400 voiceover microphone and my top secret teleprompter system. As always links to my gear are below and please feel free to ask me any questions in the comments 🙂

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Home Studio Video Gear Breakdown


canon t6i

Canon T6i DSLR Camera-

canon powersupply

Hardline Power Supply for Camera –

camera memory card 128gb

128 GB Memory Card –

rode videomic go

Rode Video Mic Go –

Gorillapod Focus with Ballhead X

GorillaPod Focus with Ballhead X –


professional green screen

Lastolite Panoramic Background (13′, Chromakey Green) –


cad 3100s

Voiceover Mic CAD E100s –

CAD Audio AS32

CAD Audio AS32 Acousti-Shield 32 –


zoom h4n

Zoom H4N Handy Portable Digital Recorder –


LimoStudio 700W Photography

Softbox Light Kit –

Impact Deluxe Varipole System

Impact Deluxe Varipole Support System –


Teleprompter video system

Ipad / Tablet Teleprompter System –

DJI Phantom Drone

DJI Phantom Drone –



My condensed list of gear –


Preston Miller

Preston Miller

Preston is an entrepreneur, internet marketer, and blogger. He wants to share his knowledge to help you make an online income. In his free time Preston likes to work out, play guitar, and drink coffee.

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