In today’s YouTube camera gear review, we’re answering the question of what camera does Roman Atwood use when creating his youtube videos?
He has quite a few cameras and uses each of them in different situations depending on his need for portability, action shots, or if he’s just filming an in-home vlog. Who knew at home youtubers use such an extensive set up to make such high-quality videos, am I right?!
|Canon EOS-1DX Mark II|
Roman Atwood’s Camera
ISO: Auto, 100-51200
Optical Zoom: 1x
FHD 1080p Video
|Canon EOS 5D Mark IV|
Roman Atwood’s Second Camera
Optical Zoom: 1x
4K UHD 2160p Video
|Canon G7 X Mark II|
Roman Atwood’s Vlog Camera
Optical Zoom: 4.2x
We’re going to take a look at Roman Atwood and the 3 cameras that he uses to make his popular vlogs that provide superb image quality and video quality.
Quality = 99%
Affordability = 40%
- 61-point autofocus system
- Flicker detection
- 20.2 MP CMOS sensor
- 14 fps continuous shooting
- 360,000-pixel RGB+IR metering sensor
Quality = 95%
Affordability = 65%
- 4K Video
- 32000 ISO Range
- 30.4 MP Full Frame Sensor
- Dual Pixel Raw
- Fast Auto Focus
Also Used By: Ben Brown, Lance Stewart and Alisha Marie
Quality = 80%
Affordability = 85%
- 20.1 MP, 1-inch CMOS image sensor
- 4.2x optical zoom
- Wi-Fi connectivity
- 3-inch LCD monitor
- lightweight and a small compact camera
Also Used By: Zoella, Jake Paul and Tanner Fox
About Roman Atwood:
Roman Atwood is a 35-year-old vlogger from the small town of Millersport, Ohio.
As a teenager, he worked in his family’s rope-making factory where he learned the value of persistence and hard work. He also discovered his inherent knack for comedy and making people laugh.
In 2009, Atwood decided to create his own YouTube channel to showcase some of his pranks.
In these early days of the internet, it was easy for him to rise to fame with his outlandish videos that raised eyebrows around the globe. Chances are you’ve already seen his most famous prank videos several times before. In his Plastic Ball Prank, he fills his family home with thousands of small plastic balls, effectively turning it into a giant ball pit. In his Killing My Kid prank, he pretends to let his son (replaced by a mannequin) die in a violent 4-wheeler crash in front of his wife.
The extreme nature of his pranks combined with his personal easy-to-relate-to life vlogs has drawn in almost 6 billion views and over 25 million subscribers.
When you have the resources that Roman Atwood has as a vlogger, then you’re going to have plenty of toys from high-end film cameras to advanced drones.
However, these are some of Roman Atwood’s most-seen cameras that he uses to do the majority of his personal vlogging and prank videos.
He has a high-quality DSLR for movie style shots, 5D SLR camera, and even a small pocket-sized Canon designed to give him a great amount of versatility wherever (or whatever) he happens to be shooting.