Cameras can be hard to shop for but when you see someone have one that takes great photos, you get it. AKA my friend Amber had the Sony a5000 and I loved how it took videos, that the screen flipped up so you can see yourself, and the quality of the photos were great. I then found out most vlogging Youtubbers had the camera so I instantly thought, wow it must be really nice! I can be easily persuaded. I had to get it. What I also love about it is that it connects via WIFI to your phone so you can instantly instagram or FB the images. I personally still use my WIFI enabled memory card because it's what I used with my old DSLR camera and I have it connected to my phone already.
SONY A5000: http://amzn.to/2uxcF2x (I have the white)
Before I got the Sony A5000, my family and I bought a refurbished Canon Rebel T3 and it works great too. The only thing that is not appealing is that it is a traditional big DSLR camera. The Sony is so much easier to carry around and I feel like it takes similar quality photos. I've been wanting to get a new lens for this camera because the one it comes with is decent, but if you want to use it for blogging photos, you should probably get a nicer lens.
Canon Rebel T3: http://amzn.to/2y8WuwS
When I tried to make a Youtube video before I got a tripod or a flexipod, it was incredibly hard to set up the camera to be leveled, high up, etc. I've seen similar flexipods used by Youtubbers so I ordered a random one and it ended up being perfect. It's not too big so I can use it as a handle to take videos which I was so excited about. It can also attach to things and bend, which I doubt I'll use much of but the reason I liked it was because it can stand higher up if you do want to take videos of yourself and not have a double chin. :)
This tripod that I bought, I actually bought from someone on Offerup. I've sold so many things on that app and this was the first time I bought something. It was already so cheap on Amazon but I got it for even cheaper and it's all I needed. Works great, no complaints.
Ravelli 50" Light Weight Tripod: http://amzn.to/2uToL8z
And if you don't have a WIFI camera and don't want to spend hundreds on one, here's a photo of the memory card I have and the link. It connects to an app on your phone and you can download your images right away and post away on your social media.
Wifi Memory Card: http://amzn.to/2tGBUlE
Regular Memory Card (and more space!) 64 GB: http://amzn.to/2xGzgwq
Hope you enjoyed! Let me know if you have any questions!