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A Day at Cajon DVD

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A Day at Cajon DVD Left Coast Rail Videos LC-ADAC
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This DVD covers locations shot during October 2012.
This DVD Features video shot during a day of railfanning at Cajon Pass, CA. from vantage points located between Cajon and Summit Valley. You will see a Union Pacific windmill train that we shot at three different locations (Above Cajon south of South Canyon, Silverwood and North Hiland) and a five train meet at Summit Valley.
Locations include: Cajon at Cleghorn Rd, CP Walker, Silverwood, Mormon Rocks at North Canyon and Summit Valley.

Dolby Digital Audio
Run time about 69 minutes

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Blu-ray Item#:LC-ADACBD
Runtime:1 Hour, 09 Mins ($1.45/min)
Producer:Left Coast Rail Videos
Aspect Ratio:Wide Screen
Shrink Wrapped?:NO!
Disc Type:DVD or BLU-RAY
Region Code:0 Worldwide NTSC

  • This producer chooses not to shrinkwrap most of their products. All the products we sell are brand new direct from the producer. We never sell used or second-hand products.
  • This producer uses standard DVD cases for their BLU-RAY products instead of the shorter blue-tinted Blu-ray case normally used on Blu-ray products.

A Day at Cajon DVD
Mitcho (Sylmar, CA) on 2014-03-27 10:48:21.

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  •  2 of 5

Very nice footage on the Cajon Pass but I have to say it would of been a lot better if this DVD was not a non-Narrative DVD. My friends and I watched it and kept saying gee it would of been nice if they were talking and telling us about the train or where they were on the pass to get the video footage!

Additional remarks by Mitcho:
Narration: There was no narration.
Would kids enjoy this? I doubt it.
Image quality: Excellent!
DVD Value: Overpriced for the amount of enjoyment I got out of it.
Recommend to others? Definitely not!.

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Added 2014-12-13 11:38:22 by Johnny Yuma

I think some "producers" are just camera wagglers and not much else. They have nothing to say and wouldn't add any effort to actually spend time inserting narration. That would first need the effort of research and then writing a script. Some are even unmotivated to even create a map or two? I can't think of any other type of special-interest video production that would be so vacuous. Since there's a market for this "style" it may speak volumes about some of us in the hobby.