Where I Get My Camera Gear From

I have been getting a lot of questions lately where I get all this expensive gear from so I thought I would create a quick video on this.


I have been getting a lot of comments like this one from Andreas:

“Cool comparison Dave. But what happened to your gear-setup. Are you renting all those expensive cameras?”

I just want quickly explain where I get this gear from.

I have a relationship with B&H Photo, they usually call me up once a month or so and ask me what I would like to try next.

This past month I really wanted experience the Canon 5D so I asked, “Can I try out the 5D?” A few days later it is on my door step.

B&H doesn’t tell me what to say in my reviews, and I try to be as unbiased as I can.

In return for taking all the time to do a thorough review their product if you click on any of my affiliate links to B&H and buy that item or any other item that day or some limited time after that, I make a tiny portion. It does not cost you any extra and it helps support my site. Most of the time B&H has great prices but if you find something cheaper on say a site like Amazon or Adorama you should buy from them.

I don’t make much money at all from this site. learningvideo.com is a hobby for me that I really enjoy, and wish my site made more money, if I did I could do even better videos.

I mostly do this because I want to try stuff out before I buy it, and I enjoy sharing my experiences with the gear. If I want to buy anything I review I pay full price just like you do.

So on my gear page most all of those items on that page is stuff I own. Or I recommend buying and I am saving up for like the Tokina 11-16.

Hope that clears things up. If you want to help support my site please use the links from my gear page or any link on my site that send you to B&H. If not, that is OK because I still love playing with all this cool stuff.