Posts Tagged ‘IBC 2011’

The Amsterdam diaries part 4

Thursday, September 15th, 2011
Tage at the IJ Kantine just outside Amsterdam at the DSLR meetUp hosted by the great Philip Bloom! (Shot by Matte)

Well yes, the show is over. So, yesterday we got back from our small IBC 2011 convention journey to Amsterdam. It was a great 4 day ride in the city of sin. Together with Matias Nystedt and Rasmus Tåg we experienced loads of new media technology, some fine meals and a bag of Amstel bottles. [...]

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The Amsterdam diaries part 3

Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

Well yes? Our third day at the IBC 2011 convention has reached it’s bitter end, this was kind of a recap day, we went back to the mighty halls of RAI to get a closer look at everything we felt needed a second viewing.. And I must tell you, I have somewhat fallen in love [...]

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The Amsterdam diaries part 2

Monday, September 12th, 2011

Redan de gamla grekerna… Well yes, the second day of our IBC 2011 experience is pretty much canned and printed. The main goal today was obviously to spend as many hours as possible at the RAI center. Cameras everywhere I tell you. We even got a look n’ feel at the brand new Sony F65, [...]

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Tee-Off Amsterdam (2 days to go)

Thursday, September 8th, 2011

Yes. This upcoming Saturday morning I’m off to Amsterdam with a couple of media partners to check out this years’ edition of the grand IBC 2011 convention. I’m expecting loads of hip cameras, the latest on 3D and a whole bag of new pens and commercial candy! I visited the IBC 2010 last year, and [...]

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IBC Expo 2011 – Amsterdam

Friday, August 19th, 2011
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Yes. Together with Rasmus Tåg and Matias Nystedt we are off to Amsterdam in a couple of weeks to feel this years edition of the IBC Expo 2011. Lovely. Last year I also visited the IBC Expo, it was a lovely experience, I have to do it again alright. And if you are a camera/tech/videoworld [...]

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