Do you know a YouTuber? Or maybe someone who wants to be a YouTuber?
We’ve put together some of the best gifts just for them.
I’m sure you want to get them a useful gift, or maybe something on the cheaper side (those cameras get expensive!) – so we’ll try to offer suggestions that cover a range of different price points and equipment that they would find useful.
With that being said, let’s get into the list of the best gifts for YouTubers:
The SwitchPod is an awesome new invention. The legs fold in allowing it to be used in selfie mode – and you can quickly swing them out to set your camera down.
I was one of the first 200 people to get one and they’re great. Check out all the pictures and details on the Amazon listing here.
Samsung T5 Portable SSD
We have a whole separate article on external SSD drives, which are essential for video creators.
An SSD (vs a traditional HDD) means transferring large files (like video) happens much faster.
Our favorite is the 1TB Samsung T5.
They have other sizes that might better fit your budget, but I wouldn’t go below 500GB for a YouTuber.
I know these aren’t cheap, but anyone that does anything with a camera would love one (or more) of these.
Manfrotto tripods are extremely durable and expandable – people use these for many years making the cost more than worth it.
YouTubers can never have too many SD Cards.
I prefer to go with brand names here as you are less likely to run into issues.
Last year I bought the Samsung 128GB EVO for $44.99 and now it appears to be almost half that price.
Might as well grab a few while you can!
The GoPro Hero8 Black is a waterproof 4K video camera and the latest model for the 2019 holidays.
Many YouTubers use several of these in addition to their main camera – and if they already have accessories for a GoPro, it’s easy to add another one to the kit.
Rode VideoMic Pro+
Audio quality is actually more important than video quality, so a gift like this will go a long way to increasing a YouTubers engagement and audience satisfaction.
Joby GorillaPod 3K Kit
What’s awesome about the Joby GorillaPod 3K Kit is that it can be used in so many different ways: as a vlogging kit, wrapped around something, or as a tripod.
Plus you can use it to hold lights, strobes, microphones, and more.
The kit comes with a ball head that helps you make sure your camera is level and gives you more flexibility in your shot angles.
They also offer different sizes and price points if you need something larger or smaller.
There are tons of different lavalier mics, so we’ll just highlight a couple.
To start, the Rode RodeLink Filmmaker Kit is an amazing wireless kit that lets a YouTuber record without worrying about how far away from the camera.
Another new option from Rode for people who use iPhones is the SC6-L Mobile Interview Kit.
It comes with 2 microphones and a Lightning adapter, which makes it super easy to record interviews no matter where you are.
On top of that, the microphones can also be connected to a camera with a little adapter. Can’t go wrong there!
Depending on the style of video, a YouTuber might want to record their voice after a video was shot. These voiceovers work best with a dedicated studio-style microphone.
If you want to see more details on all different types of mics, check out this article on YouTube microphones.
Adding a camera lens to your smartphone is a cheap way to get professional-level video quality.
This Moment Wide Lens is highly rated and great for vlogging.
Note: Requires a Moment Case to use.
Hot Shoe Light
Lighting is important to capture good quality video.
This dimmable LED light has a ton of positive reviews on its brightness and color.
Make a great addition for any camera setup – for under $30.