I found when I went looking at cars inside a dealer showroom that they all seemed easier to get into than my car at home. I realised that the cars I tried all had their windows wound down, so I went home and tried to get into my car with the windows down and found that it made it a lot easier. The difficulty was finding how to wind them back up from outside the car. When I figured it out I had the idea to post this video for a while but was a bit apprehensive in case everyone were to say that they knew this already, that it was obvious and made me look daft.
In the end I made this video for a couple of reasons. Firstly because I think that this tip might be actually useful to a handful of people across the world (but only a handful). Secondly I am testing a camcorder out.
Sanyo have been kind enough to lend me a Xacti VPC-CS1. I am currently collating some footage for a review and I thought what better idea than to create another youtube video using the camera itself. That way I can see how the Xacti HD footage works with iMovie.
So unless you own a BMW Mini and regularly park it in a narrow space this video probably won't be of use to you - unless perhaps you instead want to see how the Xacti VPC-CS1 copes in the low light conditions inside my garage.
Full Sanyo Xacti VPC-CS1 review coming in a week or two....