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    Quote Originally Posted by SkimMilk

    were you actually looking at the WTB (want to BUY) threads instead of the WTS (want to SELL) threads?
    Look at the WTS for more accurate pricing...

    As for EN-EL15, there are 3rd party ones. Look at the mass sales forums. Although I still encourage to go for the originals ($50+).
    I was looking at the WTS. You can make a search as well. I can't find any 3rd party en-el15 in mass sale. All is the grip batt type

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    Quote Originally Posted by cirenaiht

    $120 but mine still under warranty
    General servicing is free if under warranty? Anyway what does general servicing includes? I have some dust in my d7k. Not sure if they charge for sensor cleaning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenaz View Post
    General servicing is free if under warranty? Anyway what does general servicing includes? I have some dust in my d7k. Not sure if they charge for sensor cleaning.
    Yup..I didn't know also until nikon CS told me that sensor cleaning for D7000 is under warranty..

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenaz View Post
    General servicing is free if under warranty? Anyway what does general servicing includes? I have some dust in my d7k. Not sure if they charge for sensor cleaning.
    I brought mine for sensor cleaning too last time at 1st thought need to pay, ended up free as they told me it's my 1st time cleaning sensor. (under warranty too)
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkimMilk View Post
    laptop screen not calibrated / old / brightness got adjusted somehow?
    My laptop consider quite new, I did trial to adjust the brightness, but that is only dark and bright effected.
    not that gloomy. How to recognize the screen calibrate? but I believe that is not bec of my screen not calibrate, I view in another PC monitor but the color is gloomy too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawthorne907 View Post
    Could be that your screen is not calibrated.
    how to adjust? any solution??

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    Quote Originally Posted by novemberalex

    how to adjust? any solution??
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    Quote Originally Posted by novemberalex View Post
    how to adjust? any solution??
    need to invest in calibration device like what seezhijie mentioned.. spyder..
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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyOng

    need to invest in calibration device like what seezhijie mentioned.. spyder..
    And it's not cheap

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    Quote Originally Posted by seezhijie View Post
    And it's not cheap
    US$119 for the lowest end Spyder4Express.

    Especially expensive for something that you use once in a while. Maybe better to get a group of photographer friends and share the device (and of course cost).
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    Quote Originally Posted by pbear1973

    US$119 for the lowest end Spyder4Express.

    Especially expensive for something that you use once in a while. Maybe better to get a group of photographer friends and share the device (and of course cost).
    Yeah. That's what I'm thinking of doing. Know any stores that rent those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pbear1973 View Post
    US$119 for the lowest end Spyder4Express.

    Especially expensive for something that you use once in a while. Maybe better to get a group of photographer friends and share the device (and of course cost).
    The SpyderXpress or LITE cannot do custom fine tuning should you need it.... I used i1Display 2 , last time abt US$250. Now discontinued and replaced by i1Display Pro

    I find worth the $ because you calibrate a good LCD so when you do your Post processing it is the "correct" color you want - not wasting your time on trial and error

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    Quote Originally Posted by DM101 View Post
    The SpyderXpress or LITE cannot do custom fine tuning should you need it.... I used i1Display 2 , last time abt US$250. Now discontinued and replaced by i1Display Pro

    I find worth the $ because you calibrate a good LCD so when you do your Post processing it is the "correct" color you want - not wasting your time on trial and error
    Just curious: How often do you calibrate your LCD?
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    anyone can tell me where to got the body?

    iphoto, alan photo, parislik --> all out of stock

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    Quote Originally Posted by gainsucker View Post
    anyone can tell me where to got the body?

    iphoto, alan photo, parislik --> all out of stock
    try Slrr? Tk? Cp/? give them a call b4 going down..

    if not you can try BnS if you dont mind 2nd hand =)
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    TK i think might still be out of stock.. few days ago saw their update on FB..
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    Quote Originally Posted by gainsucker
    anyone can tell me where to got the body?

    iphoto, alan photo, parislik --> all out of stock
    Courts all these will have at RRP
    Equipment: D7000 - 18-55 - 55-200 - 50mm 1.8d - 30L Cabinet

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    Quote Originally Posted by xersion View Post
    Courts all these will have at RRP
    For comparison, Courts had the X10 and X100 at $99 and $200 more respectively than Parisilk. Gives you an idea how much more RRP is. I'd wait.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pbear1973 View Post
    For comparison, Courts had the X10 and X100 at $99 and $200 more respectively than Parisilk. Gives you an idea how much more RRP is. I'd wait.

    so far, DD electronics is the only shop with stock, for S$2k+


    TG don't have them as well as they stopped importing D7k's due to high price.

    i might get it online instead... tax + shipping

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    Quote Originally Posted by pbear1973 View Post
    Just curious: How often do you calibrate your LCD?
    Good question.... calibrate already seldom do again. Once a year at most..... if you have iphone 4 or 4s, the colors is quite accurate what on your calibrated LCD. On an iPAD, the colors not so maybe is not RETINA yet.

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