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After taking part in a bloggers chat on twitter the other day, where it was discussed what technology us bloggers love to use, it got me thinking about the gadgets I use. It also made me think about what I’d like to get if money were no option.

GoPro Hero 4 Session

The GoPro Hero 4 definitely takes one of the top places on my tech Wishlist, and I imagine it will stay at the top of the list for a good while with a price tag of around £250. I have wanted an action camera for a while now, to allow me to create more videos without having to carry a big DSLR camera around with me. The Hero 4 footage I have seen online ALWAYS looks top quality, and I have yet to here a bad review about the product.

1 NIKKOR VR 6.7-13MM Lens

I couldn’t even pretend to act like I know what I am talking about when it comes to camera lenses, however I am trying to learn slowly! One thing I do know though, is I’d like to get a few more lenses for my DSLR, in particular a wide-angle lens like this one. I have looked quite a bit into different lens options, and a few online reviewers have recommended this lens! Be sure to let me know if you disagree!

1 NIKKOR VR 6.7-13mm f/3.5-5.6

6 thoughts on “TECH WISHLIST

  1. Great post. If you want a decent video editor for Windows, I can suggest Cyberlink PowerDirector 13. It’s about £40-50 but it’s pretty capable. I was use to Final Cut too but I found changing to this to be easy.


    1. Thank you 🙂 and Thanks for the suggestion, I think it is one I will test out at some point. I liked final cut the most, but I’m sure I could get used to something different.


      1. Final Cut Pro is by far the best, but it’s also quite expensive. Depending how much you’re going to use it, it might be worth the investment.


      2. If it was something I’d use almost daily, I’d would for sure think about investing in it. I’m only really looking for something to use when and as I need it for now though.


      3. The yeah, you’re probably better off not dropping so much money on it. Finding good video editing software is quite the difficult task though, most of the free ones dont seem to be very good.


      4. Yeah I’ve tried a few free editors, but they don’t really offer much. I’ve seen a couple for around £40 & my housemate also uses a budget one. My next plan is to maybe test them out and decide if any are worth paying for.


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