What kind of cameras do famous YouTubers use


Vloggers on Youtube are more than just a trend. The best of them own serious businesses now, making millions of dollars and being followed by millions, even tens of millions of people. What once in a simple way to share your thoughts online is a very, very profitable business now. For example, the most famous Youtuber, PewDiePie, has an army of 54 million subscribers!

If you want to join the party and set up a Vlog yourself, then you must be interested to hear what kind of equipment these guys use and what would they recommend as the most appropriate camera for Vlogs. Of course, the gear which the most popular guys use might be out of your league because it costs well over a 1000$. However, some still hang on to the basic stuff which you can buy for a couple of hundred bucks.

Keep reading to see which Youtube superstar uses which kind of camera and other necessary equipment for Vlogs. And remember, most of them started with only the basic gear.


This guy has it all and what he will use mostly depends on what he is creating. If he wants something done by himself, then he grabs the Canon PowerShot G7 X. If he has someone else filming, then the choice is Canon XA 10. But, the thing most of us know PewDiePie for is his gaming videos. When he is making them, he chooses the Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000, one of the best webcams money can buy. The list goes on and on with PewDiePie…

Roman Atwood

One of our favorite comedians, Roman Atwood, loves to use the two simple point-and-shoot cameras. These are the Sony CyberShot RX100 IV and the Canon PowerShot G7 X. He enjoys both of these because they are portable, they make videos of excellent quality, and he had a lot of recommendations from other Vloggers.


A famous fashion Vlogger, Zoella also likes to use the equipment best suitable for her current needs. So, when she is making a video in her home with a tripod (VelbonVideomate 438 Aluminum), she likes to use Canon 70D. Otherwise, on simple vlogs or casual recordings, she will go for a Canon PowerShot S120.