All DSLR cameras come with a factory-installed firmware which is tuned for optimal results. However, those who own a Nikon DSLR camera can tweak the original firmware to help you get better video quality. As compared to the older 24mbps that make videos choppy, you need to simply enable the firmware to allow the sensor to capture videos with full HD resolution at 64mbps. The hack is very simple and can be done in less than 5 minutes. All you need is the original firmware and head to a website which tweak the firmware to enable the settings so that the camera can start using it. Try this hack at your own risk. Make sure you check the website for compatible cameras.
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