Baylor FDM student. Aspriting writer/director.
I recently read this for the first time after having it on my bookshelf since college. The editing philosophy stuff is good and probably worth the $13 alone, but the stuff on digital editing is so dated that it's not even worth reading the back half of the book. He goes into great depths to discuss subjects that we just take for granted nowadays and I hardly found that worth reading. But hey, the first half is great!
Great news. This is one of my biggest pet peeves about the camera so far (mine finally came this week), and it's finally been fixed.