Thames Barrier with Panasonic Camcorder

Here’s some footage of my trip along the Thames on the Thames Rib Experience!  I got to see the Thames Barrier close up, which was incredible.

I wanted to test out the Panasonic SDR-80 with its 70x optical zoom and Optical Image Stabiliser, I’m on QVC with it in a few minutes or so.

Thanks also to Warriorgrrl and my friends at  for organising this day out. I write restaurant reviews on their site!

CES 2009 – battery! Nooooo

How incredibly ridiculous, I left 1/2 of my UK/US adaptor in the hotel, which means I’m on the clock with a minor uploading drama!  So the video might or might not make it up there, with 32 minutes remaining, it’s anyone’s game.

Highlights so far have been a proliferation of newer, greener display technologies (hold tight for OLED on the vid) and an emphasis on mobile content consuming, including a projector that’s been built into a phone.

In fact, the phone-projector from Samsung (using DLP technology) was the gadget I featured for BBC Click during filming last night, that’s going to be broadcast on BBC World, and perhaps even on the internet site too, which is very exciting.

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Today I’ll go to my appointments on the show floor armed with my (fully charged!) camcorder, and later I’ll meet with the rest of the BBC Click team.

…and tonight I might be attending the Sony Online Poker party which last year had Fire-Eaters and Acrobats as well as many different food stations.

Below are a few piccies from Flickr uploaded earlier:

in front of 150" panasonic tv by LJRich

In front of 150" TV!

phone projector showing kung fu panda by LJRich

Samsung Mini Projector - up to 50" screen size

phone with built in projector by LJRich

bottom phone is also a projector - to be featured on BBC Click

See you soon!


So, here’s a little clip of the capabilities of the new JVC MG-MS100 SD card camcorder: 



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Anyhow, I’m just about to finish a DS9 Episode, then it’s off to work…