Hello everyone, this is Sakura.
It's only a few days until the end of this year. The cold weather is hitting us daily, so it seems winter is really kicking in.
The Everio Video Hunters began shooting videos for this blog in January of this year and this will be the final article for 2010. There are beautiful illuminations everywhere at this season, so I've decided to go illumination hunting! I even decorated the Everio, giving it a chic new look!
Hi there! It's Boss again.
For the last two weeks in a row, I brought you articles on autumn leaves, but this week I have a special report.
When I was shooting footage for the autumn leaves articles it was around the beginning of November, and the leaves had just begun to turn. Now, in December, the Tokyo leaves are taking on darker colors, and I thought it looked like just the right time to go video hunting.
Then, on the evening of the 2nd, an unseasonal storm suddenly struck Tokyo, only to disappear by the following morning, leaving a beautifully clear autumn sky in its wake.
On a clear day such as this after a storm, I, as a member of Video Hunters, simply cannot sit still.
Hi there, it's Ayako again.
Following up on last week's article, I'd like to tell you more about my trip to Showa Kinen Park to get some footage of autumn landscapes.
Aside from Cosmos flowers, the park is full of many other beautiful flowers and plants - it's a real natural treasure trove! With so many promising subjects, you can lose track of time as you go round shooting with an Everio...
After getting up close to the Cosmos flowers, I found honeybees busily helping themselves to the nectar inside.
This week, I'm going to use the Everio to plunge deep into the world of macro shooting!
Hello! It's Ayako.
In Japan, there is a proverb that says: "A woman's heart and autumn weather are fickle." And actually, we also say, "A man's heart and autumn weather are fickle." These expressions compare the nature of men and women to the ever-changing weather in autumn in Japan. With sudden downpours coming just as you thought the sky had cleared, shooting footage at this time of year involves a fair bit of weather-watching. Nonetheless, the autumn skies show different faces from day to day, and the autumn colors and flowers can be really beautiful.
Hi there, it's Eri. Following on from last week, I took some more footage of my family's beloved pet, Robin the dog, playing around the house. This week, I'd like to share some of the footage I took of some dogs at my local park. I think you're going to love these cute doggies!
Hi there, it's Eri. Do any of you readers have a pet?
In my house, we have an eight year-old Shih Tzu dog called Robin.
We adore him, so we have loads of pictures of him around the house.
But actually, we've never shot any video of him just going about his day to day business.
So, I decided to use an Everio GZ-HM550 to take some footage of him having his walk.
Today we bring you the fifth installment about the kayak tour and day camp at Lake Chuzenji. While video hunting on location at the lake, the whole crew was really enthusiastic. Had you noticed? We are all wearing matching Everio polo shirts. The matching shirts got everybody in the mood before we even set off, and we were all geared up for some video hunting.
Hi there, it's Sakura. In this fourth weekly report on our kayak tour around Lake Chuzenji, I'd like to tell you about the day camp at Shobugahama that we visited at the end of the tour. The camp is situated right in the heart of nature in Oku-Nikko. What a location!
We were all starving after the kayak tour, so we set about getting the food ready without delay.
Hello everyone, it's Eri. Are you all enjoying the summer?
Although the blistering heat in Tokyo is reaching temperatures of over 30 degrees Celsius, the hot summer is when we should all enjoy being active! At least that's what outdoor guru Toshi believes, so he proposed that we all go to Tochigi Prefecture to visit Nikko City's Lake Chuzenji for a kayaking tour! We also planned to set up a day camp by the lakeside after kayaking. This was going to be a pretty exciting day.
Hello, continuing from last week, it's Eri writing this article. About a month ago, our "Boss" showed you the beautiful green of Japan's cherry trees (2010/06/04(Fri) Everio Video Hunters! Green with light and shadows). However only one month had past, Japan is now in the middle of the rainy season, known as Tsuyu. In this season, it gets hotter and more humid every day! Tsuyu is the last barrier for Japanese to achieve the bright summer sunshine.