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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerre Pantino

    hmm... its one thing that both dials are reversed, but only 1... might be tough and disorientating to use. Is it a hercules BG? i thought someone posted about their grips' dials being oriented normally
    That would be me. I found mine quite amusing too. How come everyone is going crazy about 3rd parties reversed but suddenly mine isn't?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkimMilk

    Yo zhijie, how's the quality of the grip? Does it come with a pouch?
    No pouch. The rubber feels exactly like the body one, except slightly more slippery. Can't tell the difference unless you focus your attention on the rubber and slide your finger against both, but hell, you should be focusing on the photo instead. Feels a little plastic that's for sure, but just as strong as the body. Shutter button a bit wobbly. Probably coz they built it too "outwards". Dials are even more flexible than the body's. Very easy to turn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawthorne907
    I bought yesterday as well. Pretty decent. But the front dial for aperture is reversed. ISO okay. Quality feels similar to original definitely. Unless its really important I think its good enough
    ISO button? Hercules grip doesn't has one

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    Quote Originally Posted by seezhijie View Post
    ISO button? Hercules grip doesn't has one
    i think he meant the main dial? How's the multi way selector? Loose or tight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkimMilk

    i think he meant the main dial? How's the multi way selector? Loose or tight?
    Just a little loose. Doesn't feels like it's gonna fall off

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    Quote Originally Posted by seezhijie View Post
    Just a little loose. Doesn't feels like it's gonna fall off
    hercules bg not bad right hahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyorange

    hercules bg not bad right hahaha
    Pretty awesome for a brand that hasn't gotten much reviews. I think this brand deserves more

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    The equotation from SLRevo indicated $243 but when I checked on Tuesday they had no stock and quoted me $249 instead. Ended up buying from John 3:16 at $255.

    Quote Originally Posted by iamveryclever View Post
    I know I can call to check the price. But I don like it when I ask and not buy. So... Anyone knows the rough price of the original battery grip for d7000 and does it increase the FPS?

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    Anyway just to share I was quoted by cp yesterdae for sb700 for 390, sb910 for 625, cash &carry, exclude gst.
    [D800|AFS2470F2.8G|AFS70200F2.8G|AFS1635F4G|AFS28F1 .8G|AF85F1.8D|AFDC105F2D|SB700|SB900]

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    Quote Originally Posted by GReddyZC76
    Anyway just to share I was quoted by cp yesterdae for sb700 for 390, sb910 for 625, cash &carry, exclude gst.
    Dam few days back I got 423 with GST. Went in Sunday so CP not open -.-

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    Quote Originally Posted by seezhijie

    Dam few days back I got 423 with GST. Went in Sunday so CP not open -.-
    Co exclude gst, if gst included, its only a few dollar different
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyorange

    Co exclude gst, if gst included, its only a few dollar different
    Few dollars mean a lot to a student

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    Quote Originally Posted by seezhijie

    Few dollars mean a lot to a student
    I was abt to say it for you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowseye View Post
    I was abt to say it for you
    haha. i guess many actually forget that i'm a student since it's online. i didn't expect you to be cowseye either until hart called you chris just now

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    After setting the picture controls, pic saturation and results is indeed better...........
    So much pics to upload after photo session

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    Quote Originally Posted by seezhijie

    haha. i guess many actually forget that i'm a student since it's online. i didn't expect you to be cowseye either until hart called you chris just now
    Haha yah. I might appear different online and offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mechanic
    After setting the picture controls, pic saturation and results is indeed better...........
    So much pics to upload after photo session
    Grats for learning something new
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowseye View Post
    Grats for learning something new
    Thanks dude, gotta spend more time playing wif it

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    Quote Originally Posted by seezhijie

    Few dollars mean a lot to a student
    Actually not only to students... It just take a few dollars to differentiate a 1 million- millionaire to a sub 1 million- millionaire....

    Anyway since u gotten it, enjoy shooting
    [D800|AFS2470F2.8G|AFS70200F2.8G|AFS1635F4G|AFS28F1 .8G|AF85F1.8D|AFDC105F2D|SB700|SB900]

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    Quote Originally Posted by seezhijie View Post
    That would be me. I found mine quite amusing too. How come everyone is going crazy about 3rd parties reversed but suddenly mine isn't?
    Went back to check my $68 dollars hercules bg. the main dial at the back to turn ISO in aperture mode is normal. BUT the front secondary dial at your index finger is reversed (confirmed). So you turn left to increase instead of right.

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