Nikon D7100: After a long run with the Nikon D90. I was looking to get a full frame and probably a mirrorless camera. The main candidates were the Sony A7 or the Nikon D610. Got £280 for the Nikon D90 with two lenses. After much research I got the #Nikon D7100. Reason: It is not that big, pretty strong frame, great sensor, multipurpose (video and images), cheap. Snowdonia is the first album with the Nikon D7100.
GoPro Hero3+: It was cheap when I got it and probably the best investment in terms of digital production equipment I have made. You can easily carry it in your pocket and I never leave without it. The "selfie stick" is a bit embarrassing sometimes but you can get some really good videos with it. I got some straps and extra elbows on Ebay £10 and I feel my action camera equipment was upgraded a lot.
RavPower Battery pack:Bough it mainly for my phone and it became one of my EDC's most valuable gadgets. Enough to charge my iPhone 5c 4 times and my iPad twice, or almost 10 times my GoPro. It has definitely proof its worth. No complains although it takes a long time to get fully charged.
Macbook Pro 2015:Got it on December right after it was release. Definitely not disappointed about the product although as with any Apple product you can't deny its pricey. Get Final Cut Pro for around £180 and a photographer subscription to Adobe Creative cloud and your are set for almost any visual project.
Ipad mini 2:Release in 2013 (I believe) It is definitely the go to device for entertainment and some quick work. As a big fan of Youtube, Twitch, Reddit and other digital media platforms, the comfort of the iPad instant accessibility is always appreciated.
JVC wireless speakers:Just because music is always important and headphones are sometimes annoying and inconvenient.