Very first videoreport made with the Nokia 808 at MWC now on Vimeo

Ok, it's an older videoreport by now, but as far as I know, it's the very first ever made with the Nokia 808 PureView, and now you can see it on Vimeo as well.

The second day at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona - february 28 this year - I "discovered" it didn't only offer the sensational camerasensor, but also: Rich Recording. So I asked the Nokia employee if I could test Rich Recording, using the Nokia 808 in Full HD as well. I wanted to know if my voice could be heard over the noise of all the people at the Nokia stand.

About a minute on a train with the Nokia 808

This is just another one-taker. Nothing pretentious. I found it on the micro-SD card in my Nokia 808 PureView, I actually had forgotten about it, to tell you the simple truth. But when I saw it today - for the first time on the screen of my laptop - I was (again, I know) surprised by the quality of the image.

The train - approaching its destination - is obviously not going at maximum speed, but when you stop the motion to have a look at the view from the train, the image is remarkably sharp. And you know how I feel about rich recording. So in all, it's really just a short trip to nowhere, but I hope you like it nevertheless.

Jitterbug Baby, or why I adore Rich Recording

There's a small festival going on in my neighbourhood, and this afternoon I had a bit of time to drop by to look for some footage. You might have seen these three ladies already.  It appeared that the greater part of the festival takes place in the evening, so I could only choose between a Big Band playing the classic "Cheek to Cheek" or a much louder rockabilly trio playing "Jitterbug Baby".