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Soldering. Video lesson. Part 1 (for beginners)

Scrambled here hellish installation for macro video. Because For macro shootings my camera had to poke almost the lens into a board, which in the first does not allow the soldering iron to go in there, and in the second it is possible to puzzle the delicate optics with a spray of solder and flux.
I had to invent :) As a result, I screwed the lens from the plateau of the holder - it allowed me to hold the camera farther away from the board, and the whole thing was screwed with parts from the same carrier to the bracket for the TV suspension.
The bracket itself was not fixed to the wall, but it was screwed to the table with bolts, it turned out to be a very convenient design (the photo will open in a new window)
On the side hung a small fan to blow off the smoke.
But I forgot to limit his power, so he blew so that my solder instantly cooled down, I had to tighten the power.

Well, the result of the whole action can be seen below:

Soldering of output components

Soldering Planar SMD Resistors

Soldering of planar microcircuits in the SOIC package

I still have to think over the lighting of the work area. I think the LED backlight is local and then it will finally be good. But already this, IMHO, not bad. What do you think?