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    Nikon Hacker Website Down?
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    Senior Member Mike Krumlauf's Avatar
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    I was interested in getting a Nikon sometime soon and I cant seem to get info on their version of magic lantern. The website either times out or asks me to install silverlight when i already have it installed.. did whoever was behind the custom firmware give up on the project?
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    I didn't even know there was a custom firmware. I do wish there was a magic lantern type firmware for Nikon.


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    I can't load it either, but my internet is extremely crappy at the moment. Nikon does everyone a disservice by crippling their camera's video features and encrypting their firmware. The most useful hacks were the time limit removal and 64 mbps bitrate.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Imamacuser View Post
    I can't load it either, but my internet is extremely crappy at the moment. Nikon does everyone a disservice by crippling their camera's video features and encrypting their firmware. The most useful hacks were the time limit removal and 64 mbps bitrate.
    Agreed.
    Mike Krumlauf
    Video/Camera Technician
    VER Chicago
    8401 W 47th St.
    McCook, Illinois 60525


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    Panasonic AJ-HDC27HP Varicam
    Fujinon SD B4 Zoom (Model Unknown)
    P&S Technik PRO35 Adapter
    28mm, 80mm PL Lenses (Russian rehouses)
    Panasonic GH4
    0.71x Speedbooster MFT to Nikon
    Tamron 18-200 F3.5 Nikon Lens
    AJA KiProMini
    Apple Mac Pro 8 Core 2008


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    Simeon did a new patch tool, because the old one needed silverlight. He asks for feedback, which I would happily give him, but I am suddenly flagged as spammer there with my grand total of 30 or some replies. I understand that filtering spammers is essential there because they have at least one or maybe two new comments in a week. I was thinking sending him a pm but you can't send him one, so I guess I don't bother with it anymore.


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