Even if you have no need for a highly portable personal camera like GoPro, Contour or the new Sony Action Cam, you can’t help but be impressed by the sheer diversity of action scenes these cameras are used in.
I came across this video compilation which touts the excellence of the new Go...
“…And that is all I want, in a camera, in my phone, in my pocket, for almost nothing…”
So said Harty on the last podcast (#245), when we were discussing the need for a compact, easy-to-use, definitely internet-enabled, high quality camera.
Something that if it wasn’t...
Last week, The Foges and I joined several other esteemed journalists and photographers as a guest of Tony Quinn to check out his latest venture – Highlands Motorsport Park.
Located a minute or so out of Cromwell on the South Island of New Zealand, it is a sight to behold.
The level of craftsmanship and passion put into this project is phenomenal.
And its fair to say that, even though we enjoyed Otago Pinot Gris / Noir, Bluff Oysters, a wonderful dinner at Botswana Butchery, along with an array of vehicles we were let loose in around the 4.8km track, everyone was blown away.
Plus, TQ & Co. have the only McLaren MP4-12 GT3 in the...
The many faces of motor racing. Ecstacy at Erebus Motorsport. An opportunity lost at Clearwater Racing. Bewilderment at VIP Petfoods although the contrast between KQ and SVG is dramatic. TQ was nowhere to be seen at the media conference, which is odd considering he owns the GT brand in...
Ok I’m over the frickin’ camera or rather having to keep on uploading stuff but JP has gone mad and won’t stop. Foges has returned to annoy and Craig Denyer is eating all the fruit. Paul Truswell is into super computer mode. Hally is spitting spearmint. Crazy stuff!
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There comes a time, in this case after six years, with over 240 episodes recorded in 10 different countries, 300+ guests and 220 continuous hours of recording, that we feel its time to go commercial. With over 55,000 viewers, since March 2011, we get some serious exposure. So we thought a magazine to fill in the gaps would be nice.
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