Hello, it's Eri again. Continuing on from the previous week, we are challenging ourselves in shooting with Everio's unique features.
I headed off to Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise's Dolphin Fantasy!
The main attraction here is the tank that enables visitors to watch the beluga whales in a 360-degree view! The belugas are often called the canaries of the sea, as their cries are much like that of a bird and they look truly adorable.
The low-angle shooting was a lot of fun, but it was time to find a new slope. But we made it to the lift at the same time as a group from the ski school - suddenly there was a long line of people for the single-seater chairlift. It looked like we were just going to have to wait a while. But hey! It's another great filming opportunity!
I think I'm getting the hang of filming at the ski resort. If you film while skiing, camera shake is a real problem. You'll definitely want to use the camera shake compensation function. For this next shot I have a secret weapon: I borrowed a special mounting bracket from the engineering staff that lets me shoot with two camcorders at the same time.
Hi everyone, I went off to a daytrip skiing with my colleagues last weekend. Of course, as a member of the Everio Video Hunters, I didn't just ski! I had my Everio at hand, and so for this edition it will be me, Toshi, reporting on the Everio Video Hunters' second outing: Checking out Everio's new functions at one of the season's top spots!