Photo editing apps like Lightroom have very intuitive ways (my opinion, of course) of performing operations on pictures.
I occasionally do small video projects that I edit either in Sony Vegas on Windows or Final Cut Pro 7 on Mac. These apps seem pretty lacking in some areas, when compared to Lightroom. For example, there is no option to show the EXIF data stored in DSLR clips, as far as I know, so I can't easily see what lens I've used for this or that shot, or what the aperture, shutter and ISO was. White balance is done by selecting a white area of the picture, which is fine, but then there is no slider to go warmer or cooler, instead I have to do this by hand using the full blown color correction filter.
I was wondering if there are any video editing applications that have a digital photography friendly workflow. I don't have any constraints on operating system or cost.