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Old March 14th, 2011, 12:37 PM   #1
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Regional differences in video terminology

I'm doing a presentation Wednesday to a large group interested in DSLR videography.

I have a slide that talks about video terms - and I remember a discussion long ago somewhere about how different regions might have different terms for the same thing. Like out WEST something might be called an X but on the EAST coast the same item might be called a Y.

Anyone have any examples or have things gotten so homogenious over the years that this stuff is fading away?

Thanks for any input.
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