Allows intricate software customisation of values such as gain and whatnot, making it more versatile for more environments than the previous Yeti. The other options of same ability are XLR microphones, which require a lot more cash for a lot more parts.
Great for travel, and cheap enough for getting started.
Microphone Shock Mount
Have it horizontally flat, as vertically flat does not prevent shock noise.
Webcam that offers great quality, even in low-lighting. Very customisable via software.
Webcam & Microphone Arm
I tried the Rode PS1, the Blue Compass, and this, which is 1/10 of the price of the others, however this is actually better. Got one for my webcam, and one for my Blue Yeti. No issues.
Arm Microphone Adapter
Works fine to attach the shock mount and microphone to the arm.
Works fine to attach to the arm to adjust the webcam.
Compact green screen. A bit short when using on a standing desk though, would be better if it was at least another foot higher - but if you put it closer to you, then you are fine.
Many USB 3.0 ports with two fast-charging ports. Only comes with a USB-A cable though, so a USB-C cable needs to be ordered, which do not fit neatly into it (requires tape).
Superb compact lighting for concentration and recording, customisable colour warmth, desktop and phone software. No homekit support.
Smart lights that don't require a hub. Initial pairing is troublesome but after that, great brightness, colours, and scheduling and API support. Even has IR for security cameras.
Philips Hue Play
Returned. Not bright enough. No 1/4" mounting. Useless.
International to Australia Power Plug
Compact and grounded.
Way better than the Hero line. Longer lasting battery.
Best value for the buck for an electric toothbrush with app statistics.
Ultralight indestrucable wallet with minamlist design, suitable for cards and notes.
Good freely adjustable belt via press instead of slide. Unless you are an XL will be a bit long and will need to be cut down.
Good steel combs for hair and beard.
Great ultralight backpack for everyday.
Great ultralight backpack for day adventures, made with a tougher material than the everyday backpack, a bit heavier and a bit less fun.
Good attachment to the backpack for your keys, wallet, and phone.
Pricey but they work well.
Great strong suitcase that once you figure it out and adapt to it, it serves you well.
Smart Home Buttons
Buttons for your smart light bulbs, spotify, and whatever else.
For transporting monitors up to 27" in size
Women's Rain Jacket
Technical rain jacket for women. Works well for motorbike, with plenty of waterproof pockets. In monsoon, you will still need a poncho.
Men's Rain Jacket
Technical rain jacket for men. Works well for motorbike, with plenty of waterproof pockets. In monsoon, you will still need a poncho.
International USB Power Adapter
Works fantastically for converting power plugs while providing fast charging USB-C and 4 USB-A ports.
Hard drives will fail when travelling due to the repeat exposure to shock from vibrations of planes, cars, and motorbikes. Do yourself a favour and use this SSD instead.
These headsets attach to your helmet allowing you seamless communication with other riders while listening to music, audio, taking calls, and using voice assistants.
USB-C LAN Adapter
When travelling you are often in locations that do not have wifi. Having tried a few that failed, this one works.
Cheap and light enough for daily adventure wear, and interwoven with dyneema for strength.
Phone Case & Mount
Rugged phone case that will keep your phone in your hand and keep it attached to your motorbike and whatever else you decide to mount it to
Glasses for the computer and outdoors that remove blue light and help your eyes stay moist and focused with less pain and strain
Sandals that you can run in, hike in, and dance in. Use elemental for everyday, circadian for running, and alpha when you are starting with sandal running. If you are getting blisters, you may have gotten the wrong size.
Great HDMI cables that are capable of 4K HDR and whatnot
For organised long-term storage of your passport, cards, and currency
Large Power Bank
Plenty of inputs and outputs capable of fast charging. This is an updated lighter version than what I am using.
Small Power Bank
Small power bank for everyday, plenty of inputs and outputs.
SD Card Holder
Does what it is meant to well
Equipment case for camera and accessories. I have a couple of these are they are fantastic. They have a handle, fit within the backpacks, and have a non-slip bottom so they won't slide off your motorbike. They've also survived a few motorbike falls too.
Attach it to the rear of the motorbike for some expect footage
Long Camera Stick
Used to simulate drone footage, however in hindsight, just get a drone.
Camera Extension Arm
Attach it to your helmet and front of the bike for some great stable shots
USB-C Charge Cables
Fast charge cables for cameras, powerbanks, etc
Connect multiple LAN devices to each other for when you are short on LAN ports
GoPro 1/4" Adapter
Turn a GoPro mount into a 1/4" mount. Use this with the Camera Stick and a bunch of tape to get some great motorbike shots, until they break.