If you have questions about film and video stage equipment, this is the second best reference; the first would be the catalogs. It's well organized and readable with good illustrations. I wish I'd read it about ten years If you like lifting things all day, hour after hour, and don't like the tedium of actually thinking a whole lot, you might want to give this book a quick glance. I wish I'd read it about ten years earlier. I don't actually think grips don't like thinking.
I'm just bitter about the time I've spent sort of being a grip. This edition seems to have added a lot of large equipment info, but removed some of the small-gear notes.
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