Allowing a controlled flow of air into the stove as the burning fuel is displaced. It follows you can alter the flame output with the size of the hole.
NO. You will be blown to smithereens.
I've been using the same one since 2008.
Not this one! Remember that the flames are only present around the crown of the stove. No fire in the base.
It's the absolute least I can do.
Various ways to achieve that — making the pinhole smaller would also work.
Yes, and you'd remember that for next time!
Meths works but isn't as hot. Cutting the top off is necessary for the lighting/priming process.
Not sure its alcohol content or consistency would be suitable. This needs 90%+ alcohol.
I'd also be interested. Let us know!
It was a Sony NEX-7 with a 16mm prime lens and a Rode Videomic :)