So long and thanks for all the fish!

Back from France I'm sorting out all material on my Nokia 808 PureView. It's not a mess, but it's a lot, especially in the picture department. Not so much in the video department though, so the choices are easier.

In a French supermarket I was surprised by the sea crabs that one day appeared to be unusually active. One sea crab in particular seemed to have made his mind up about leaving the big aquarium he was kept alive in with his fellows. And I happened to be around with the Nokia 808 PureView.

Another beautiful, dreamlike video by Topolino70 - "A journey through a cup"

And... I'm back home, with a normal (read: fast) internet connection, and such an enormous amount of catching up to do that it will keep me busy for the next few weeks.

The first thing I noticed in my mailbox this morning however, was a tip that Topolino70 produced another of his beautiful video's, called "A journey through a cup" - of course shot with the Nokia 808 PureView.

Nokia video: "Accessories in Action at Sea"

Nokia uploaded a new video on its YouTube channel, demonstrating their accessories in action at sea. I actually don't have the chance to watch it myself, since I'm still on the worst internet connection I can think of (WiFi on a campsite is something to fear, it takes ages to load any video, but I'll do anything to keep the club updated ;-)

So I'll leave the watching to you this time, hope you will enjoy it and maybe it's possible to update me about what you saw - I really wonder what kind of accessories are especially good under these circumstances ;-)

Proof of Nokia 808 PureView's excellent multitasking (21 apps running) today published an impressive video with the Nokia 808 PureView multitasking 21 apps at the same time. You can find the original post here and what is written about it is worth your time as well. If you want to stick to the video only, I've embedded it for your convenience: