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  1. The above video contains some b-roll footage (as mine was unusable). Kindly supplied by @y fujisawa. It's actually footage from the Saitama show on 4th December. You can see that video here, https://youtu.be/4W7nEVDgabI
  2. Trip Though Your Wires -Sydney, 23rd November, 2019 https://youtu.be/h4YLx9vqpHE
  3. and another. In God's Country - Sydney, 23rd November, 2019.
  4. I've uploaded another one so far. Bullet The Blue Sky - Sydney, 23rd November, 2019
  5. Whoops. A Panasonic LX100 mark i, edited above now 😂 Cheers.
  6. Self isolation means I've finally got some time to look at videos I filmed at the Sydney 2 show last year. Here's my first effort, a hightlight of the show! Exit - Sydney, 23rd November, 2019 Apologies about the "belly button cam" angle. The camera was attached to the rail. Settings were set to manual mode, set & forget, & left alone, so I could enjoy the show. For the camera nerds. Manual mode. 1/60s, f/4.0, ISO 320. Wish I'd used ISO 250, as everything is a bit overexposed. Manual focus, left alone. Filmed with a Panasonic LX100 mark i, in 4k, 30fps. Rendered
  7. Self isolation means I've finally had some time to look at videos I filmed at the Sydney 2 show last year. Here's my first effort, a hightlight of the show! Exit - Sydney, 23rd November, 2019 Apologies about the "belly button cam" angle. The camera was attached to the rail. Settings were set to manual mode (set & forget), & left alone, so I could enjoy the show. For the camera nerds. Manual mode. 1/60s, f/4.0, ISO 320. Wish I'd used ISO 250, as everything is a bit overexposed. Manual focus, left alone. Filmed in 4k, 30fps. Rendered in DaVinci Resolve 15. 1080p,
  8. Sorry Max. Was wondering if it was allowed, when I posted it. But as it was a fan recording I thought it'd be ok. But no worries, won't post links again. Is a great fan recording though 😁
  9. It certainly was an amazing crowd, & a great performance by the band too. Yeah, U2 records everything. I wish they'd do simple video edits of their shows, & release them for people that attended the show, or on U2.com. [MOD EDIT: No problem at all by discussing and commenting about fan recordings, but please do not post links to these. Thanks]
  10. Nice. Great photo! One good thing about photos. Yeah, you lose a bit in the moment (or a lot of you're not careful), but then can relive the experience months later. I filmed the majority of one show (Sydney 2, my worst spot). But with my camera attached to the rail, so I could jump around like a lunatic. Haven't had a chance to look at any of the footage, as I've been overseas since the shows. When I return in March it'll be one of the things I'm really looking forward to.
  11. Sorry, you've got it wrong geowickey. Aussies & Kiwis haven't been complaining that fans are arriving early, & waiting in line. They're complaining that fans are arriving early, & NOT waiting in line. They're arriving days early, getting on a list, returning sometime much later, to get their name checked off. Rinse & repeat. NO WAITING. We've never had problems on any other tour. Why? Because people were prepared to wait in line! That's the way it's always worked here, a fair orderly queue. You arrive when you are prepared to wait, & you waited. It's the only fair
  12. Yeah, I heard it was crossed off the setlist, due to the late start. Same happened in Adelaide, & I believe one of the Singapore shows. Pity that's the song gets dropped, as it's such a highlight.
  13. Wow, you're right, what a crowd! It helps having a stadium sized stage, enveloped by an arena, the seats so much closer. The noise from the crowd was so great! Unlike the gigantic cricket/ALF grounds used in Australia, where the crowd was so far away. But in general, the Japanese crowd were into the show so much more! Looking up towards the seats, & seeing everybody standing for the majority of the show! Love is Bigger got a much, much better reception from the Japanese than the Brisbane crowd, that's for sure. Singing the oh, oh, oh, oh's, in full voice. Of course your expe
  14. They're pulling the wool over your eyes jremyu2! There's nothing fair about the check-in system, they're not doing it out of the goodness of their hearts. They're self-serving, gaining the best possible spot in the line, with the least work possible. Maybe a check-in system was necessary in the US. But this isn't the case in Australia. Yes, I believe numbering is important, to prevent queue jumping, & keeping entry orderly. But the check-in system is a different beast. It isn't necessary, unless camping isn't allowed nearby (this isn't the case in Australia). Brisbane allowe
  15. It's only gotten worse. The corrupt check-in system started this morning in Sydney, 3 days before the show. A local stooge was rolled out to start the line. "This line is for you Sydneysiders, look a local is running it". The fans visiting our fair city began to join soon after. Taking up the vast majority of the top of the list. It continued throughout the day, while locals were hard at work. More people joining, numbers climbing. By 5pm - as locals finished work & turned their attention to getting on this damned list - well past the century! Well & truely. 11
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