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
Capturing the moon is supposedly very difficult for a novice. Using standard Auto Mode, the moon usually turns up white and out-of-focus, but if you understand the important points, it is possible to capture it beautifully. For this outing I used the industry-leading Optical 40x Zoom equipped GZ-HM650 to capture a beautiful autumn full moon. Continue Reading
Come see the summer fireworks we captured with the high-sensitivity Everio GZ-HM860 and GZ-HM650. Here, you’ll find everything from a huge fireworks display to handheld fireworks the Everio Video Hunters played with, along with some tips on capturing fireworks. Please enjoy the scenes of summer night fireworks overflow with a spirit unique to Japan! Continue Reading
Picking up from where we left off last week, we're going to spotlight the strengths of each new Everio as we continue shooting at Mother Farm in Chiba Prefecture. This week, we'll be showcasing the compact GZ-HM650 and GZ-HM440 models, which both feature amazing camera shake correction functionality.
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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.
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Lately, even when there isn't anything special going on, I've fallen into the habit of casually shooting videos with my friends and sharing them on YouTube™. The range of shooting devices, and of ways to express yourself and to share with friends has really grown. However, if you want to shoot indoors or in dark places, you can be assured of nice-looking shots when using the high-sensitivity Everio.
This time I'm going to use the GZ-HM650, the high-sensitivity Everio that's great with low lighting, to try my hand at candlelight shooting.
The plum tree is said to have been brought to Japan from China for medicinal purposes around the 8th century. The delicate flowers that bloom on the winter-bare branches subsequently began to see active use in classical Japanese poems, and became beloved by many people.
Plum blossoms can be divided into two rough categories: white and red. However, there are many varieties of branch arrangements and flowers.
Plum trees bloom in the cold wind of winter, long before cherry trees, seeming to tell us that a new spring is just around the corner. I went hunting for that early spring color with the new Everio GZ-HM650. Here's news of the flowers from me, Boss.
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The new Everio GZ-HM650 and GZ-HM445 come equipped with an optical 40x zoom (digital 200x), the best in the industry*.
Picking up from last week, I'll test the zoom function from Tokyo Tower's Main Observatory, with its 360-degree view!
Hello, this is Ayako. Has everyone seen the new Everios?
When shopping for a camcorder, I think lots of people prioritize the zoom function. Well, among the 2011 Everios, there are models that come equipped with an optical 40x zoom (digital 200x), the best in the industry*. For many people, it's probably difficult to visualize what a 40x zoom can really do. To that end, over two weeks, I'll be testing the new Everios' zoom function from Tokyo Tower's Main Observatory!