This time with Everio GZ-EX515, I captured some visitors from the North: white swans. By making full use of the 29.3mm wide angle lens and the 65x Dynamic Zoom, I managed to capture everything from the scenery around the swans right down to their expressions. I’ve also got some high-definition progressive images to show you! Continue Reading
I used the GZ-E10 to capture a fixed net in the Goto Islands. The video really captures the essence of the fishermen’s work and the morning light on the ocean. Continue Reading
Using the GZ-E10 to capture the beautiful ocean and sunset in the Goto Islands. Continue Reading
Picking up from where we left off last time, here’s more of my shoot in the rain with the high-sensitivity Everio GZ-GX1. This time I shot a video from inside the car and used a cross screen filter. My quest to capture the many different aspects of rain continues on the night streets! Continue Reading
It’s the rainy season in Japan. In this shoot, I’ll use the high-end GZ-GX1 model, which comes equipped with an F1.2 GT LENS and is capable of high-resolution AVCHD progressive recording. Out in the rain, I’ll extract stills from progressive video, use high-speed capturing, and shoot videos that convey the beautiful bokeh (a soft blur) of the backgrounds! Continue Reading
In this post, I’ll bring you more captures of Yokohama’s night views and try some more advanced shots. I’ll use several effects, including slow shutter speed and focusing in, and even shoot a video from a car! Continue Reading
At this time of year, the air is clear, and nighttime cityscapes are at their absolute best. Both the high sensitivity GZ-HM860 and GZ-HM650 Everios are good for taking clear captures at night, and I’ve used them to capture the sparkling night scenery of Yokohama! I’ll compare captures taken in different modes and show you night scenes captured with the Optical 40x Zoom and Time-Lapse REC! Continue Reading
The other Everio Video Hunters and I decided to take a trip to Mother Farm on the Bôsô Peninsula in Chiba Prefecture, in the southeast of the Kanto region! This time, we'll be bringing you captures that showcase the individual strengths of each of the new Everio models.
Drawn by the warm spring sunshine, my older sister, her husband and I took my three-year-old niece Niki to a park with cherry trees. I took the GZ-HM860 along with me so I could make this trip double as a test session for the new Everio, which comes fully loaded with functions related to capturing faces.
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Continuing on from last week, I'll be discussing low light candle captures using the GZ-HM650.
I felt a great response from the high-sensitivity Everio, equipped with its Back-illuminated CMOS Sensor, when I managed to get a clear shot of a dark scene, lit only by candles. After that, I wondered whether shooting with Time-Lapse REC and telemacro would go just as smoothly. ...So I tried it right away!
I'm shooting with the GZ-HM650 model this time, too.