Bon Jovi
July 13th, 2011
Esprit Arena
Düsseldorf, Germany
Live
3 DVDs
Picotto
Audience
Picotto
Digital Master
Panasonic Camcorder → Firewire → PC → Magix Video Pro X3 → DVD
Master
PAL
4:3
136 minutes

Happy Now
You Give Love A Bad Name
Born To By My Baby
We Weren't Born To Follow
Superman Tonight
It's My Life
The More Things Change
We Got It Going On
Captain Crash And The Beauty Queen From Mars
Bad Medicine ~ Mercy (Take #1) ~ Roadhouse Blues
When We Were Beautiful
Mercy (Take #2)
What Do You Got?
I'll Be There For You
Mercy (Take #3)
Who Says You Can't Go Home
I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
Someday I'll Be Saturday Night
Have A Nice Day
Keep The Faith


In These Arms
Wanted Dead Or Alive
Blood On Blood
Livin' On A Prayer
Picotto
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Yes
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Like in 2008, filmer was very nervous at the security gate getting the Camcorder inside. He hided the cam in his backpack, hided with food and clothes. The security wanted to empty the whole backpack, and checked the bottom of the backpack. He looked very concentrated and sceptical... but finally let him pass. He didn't make it to buy a new Blu-Ray Camcorder for this concert. But this time he wanted to film in 16/9. What he didn't know: Switching from 4/3 to 16/9 deactivated the optical stabilizer. So when the concert started and he zoomed the stage, the shaking of the picture was horrible. So he did his best keeping his hands still. But that wasn't possible at all. It got better when he could lay his arms on a wall. But still: That was no fun and he thought to himself: "How can I make this for more than 2 hours!?" After a while his wife gave him her jacket, so he could lay his arms on that jacket, cause it already hurt very much having the arms on the wall. That idea was very welcome, and it was much more comfortable. After a while filmer had the idea to fix the camera with the jacket, and to film the videowall - and it worked. So he could film the whole concert and enjoy it at the same time.