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Replacement Voltage Regulator For Briggs and Stratton # 393374 394890 691185
Replacement Voltage Regulator For Briggs and Stratton # 393374 394890 691185
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, October 12, 2015
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5.0 out of 5 stars It's a great product !!!, August 10, 2008
I would strongly disagree with the one negative review here and say that this is an extremely professional video. I will say it is not in any way a slick talking head movie. In fact, its style, a well integrated mosaic of information keeps it from ever being 'slick.' But anyone will quickly understand that this was put together by someone with an expertise in teaching. And I wholeheartedly agree to some others here have said about lowering the learning curve.

For example, this, video actually covers XLR input: from the settings for it to the use and limitations of the phantom power supply. Phantom power isn't even discussed in the other how-to videos I've seen on this camera. Also covered only here, is why you would use a drop or non-drop frame rate. This video, if you haven't guess already, goes out of its way to cover features filmmakers might have need for, for example, there is a demonstration of how the attenuators can be used to reduce too-loud noises like gunshots. And I once had an explosion damage a lens. So the admonition to run out and buy a UV filter isn't just idle filler, it's good common sense for every camera.

I also appreciate that almost everything is demonstrated, instead of just touched on. We never have to watch the narrator talk, everything onscreen is something useful. In fact, you might want to have your pause button ready because there are tons of text notes that expand and add to what is said in the voice-over. I even saved myself some wasted effort, as I was planning on trying out night mode for night-time shoot, simply because night mode and its limitations are covered here.

I have never used gels and thus found the demonstration of how to use the Kelvin white balance settings and gels for indoor/outdoor shots enlightening. Not only was it a good demonstration, but at that point it was clear to me the narrator had a real investment in understanding this camera and that he was sharing knowledge he cared about.

All in all, this video is well worth the price and I for one, was not disappointed.

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