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FilmConvert Standalone Version 1.047During the NAB 2013 show, FilmConvert, the film emulation color grading program/plugin that actually maps color profiles to specific film stocks, was updated with support for the Blackmagic Cinema Camera, GoPro HERO3, Canon 7D, and 60D, as well as newer profiles for the Canon 5D Mark II and Mark III. Now, in the newest update, they’ve added the Panasonic GH3, Nikon D800 and D7000, in addition to the Canon T2i/T3i. Read on for more about the update, including a new ability to apply film color and contrast separately. More »

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Just kidding with that title. Unless we get radioisotope thermoelectric generators in our cameras, there’s nothing nuclear about any of this. Anyway… I was never a huge fan of the Nikon D90, having directed and shot two episodes of the online show RADAR with the camera. The D90 was crippled by a lack of manual control and its 720p, low-bitrate footage (which looked good before there were other good DSLRs with a movie mode). The camera — along with the rest of Nikon’s offerings — quickly fell behind in the DSLR arms race as Canon and Panasonic released 1080p cams. Now Nikon is catching up with the recently announced $700 D3100 — and now, the $1,200 D7000. More »