Canon EOS M6 with Shure VP83 – My New Vlogging Setup

On this episode of the Dot Com Lunch, I show you my new vlogging setup. It’s the closest thing you can get to the ideal vlogging setup. The system is made up of the Canon EOS M6 compact mirrorless camera, a Shure VP83 shotgun microphone, and a Canon EOS 11-22 wide angle lens. I might be giving it away as well! Watch the video to find out more and see camera in action.

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6 thoughts on “Canon EOS M6 with Shure VP83 – My New Vlogging Setup”

  1. Akash says:

    Thanks for this video it will very helpfull to me, Can you also share the best blogging camera for youtube video making.

  2. Super sharp John. Crisp and clear. I dig that coat too. Having the right cam makes a difference for video quality and views. I recall my old cam and current one; both for videos, and images. Night-day difference in what I am able to capture and convey to my readership.


  3. Miracle says:

    Nice one John. This will do a great deal of help to us vloggers out there.

  4. wilson says:

    great video John definitely quality is important and also I wish that could i have some of that noodle soup

  5. Hello
    You did a great job by making this video and it will be very useful for vloggers. The video quality is so nice and I like the ways you have explained this video.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Have a great day.
    Praveen verma

  6. Royan Shaw says:

    John I have been following you every step of the way since 2006 and trust me am proud that you’re still around and cutting it razor sharp as usual.

    Hope to one day finally, finally replicate your success or even part thereof as a minimum monthly income of $10,000 would be nice to earn from internet marketing.

    What budget and what strategies would you recommend for still aspiring marketers like myself in order to earn at least a median Five (5) figure income online?

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