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All posts tagged Video

Hands on with the GoPro HD LCD BacPac

I’ve been really enjoying the GoPro HD camera I bought a few months ago. But one thing that I’ve been waiting for and that has been lacking for it is […]

Wait, do you still have a day job?

The title of this post is a question I’ve been asked a lot lately…and yes, I do still have a day job. I’ve been fortunate enough lately to be able […]

2010 FIBT World Cup for Bobsleigh and Skeleton

My recent trip to Whistler was filled with good times including getting to be on hand for the 2010 FIBT World Cup bobsleigh and skeleton events at the Whistler Sliding […]

Ziptrek Eco Tours in Whistler

Last weekend, I finally got a chance to check out Ziptrek Eco Tours in Whistler. I’ve been meaning to take a tour since I first got to experience them during […]

Nikon, Flip and Olympus…oh my!

It’s been like Christmas lately with a whole bunch of new camera gear coming across my desk. Here’s a quick overview of some of the new stuff I’ve been playing […]

GoPro HD Hero mini-review

After pining away for one for ages, I finally bought a GoPro HD HERO camera: It’s a tiny little HD camera with an amazing wide angle lens (170 degrees @ […]

Netflix is coming to Canada

Today, online movie streaming site, Netflix announced that it is coming to Canada this fall. I had a chance to talk about what this means to Canadians with Lisa Christiansen […]

Kodak PlaySport Zx3 HD Camera [review]

I just got back from a Hawaiian vacation. Before I left, I waffled on what camera gear to bring. I had previously purchased a waterproof ‘bag’ that would fit my […]

The Flying Canucks

This weekend I had the chance to check out the Flying Canucks…they aren’t hockey players, but they are amazing athletes who use trampolines to entertain people. The team is comprised […]

It’s Over

After three weeks, over 17,000 photos and hours of video, the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics are done. It feels strange to see the city slowly transform itself back to the […]