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    Quote Originally Posted by nanochan1 View Post
    thanks for the reply. appreciated it. I will let my friend know it cant be help.
    actually the af point on the top LCD is only to show which AF mode you're in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fudgecakes View Post
    If u do, once u have opanda, right click your latest image and click on the option "view exif/....." then scroll down to this section called MakerNote. Scroll further down till you see this thing that says "total number of shutter releases" in the left column and the the number on the right column
    no maker note and no view exif either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seezhijie

    no maker note and no view exif either.
    You need to install opanda iexif first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyOng View Post
    mine was bought at last year july..
    In that case bring to NSC & tell them about the oil stain issue

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    Ask u guys, if there r dead pixels on the sensor or the lcd screen, will it be covered by warranty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Konspire
    Ask u guys, if there r dead pixels on the sensor or the lcd screen, will it be covered by warranty?
    I believe this question was asked before. Do a search?
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    In that case bring to NSC & tell them about the oil stain issue
    i brought it back 2 weeks ago.. now its ok already.. just yet to test it out heavily to see if the problem comes back..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fudgecakes

    You need to install opanda iexif first.
    Yeah I have it. But it's not showing

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    Quote Originally Posted by seezhijie

    Yeah I have it. But it's not showing
    Did u right click your picture?
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    Quote Originally Posted by seezhijie

    Yeah I have it. But it's not showing
    If lied at thn idk Liao. Sorry :P
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    Got my D7000 18-105mm kits during IT Show 2012.

    This is my first DSLR, after my film SLR died over 10 years ago...

    I must admit that the shutter sound is really addictive... Anybody feels the same?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoonming
    Got my D7000 18-105mm kits during IT Show 2012.

    This is my first DSLR, after my film SLR died over 10 years ago...

    I must admit that the shutter sound is really addictive... Anybody feels the same?
    I am loving it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fudgecakes

    Did u right click your picture?
    Yeah. No view exif

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoonming View Post
    Got my D7000 18-105mm kits during IT Show 2012.

    This is my first DSLR, after my film SLR died over 10 years ago...

    I must admit that the shutter sound is really addictive... Anybody feels the same?
    Enjoy and you keep shooting !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoonming
    Got my D7000 18-105mm kits during IT Show 2012.

    This is my first DSLR, after my film SLR died over 10 years ago...

    I must admit that the shutter sound is really addictive... Anybody feels the same?
    I fap the the sound..... Just kidding. How much did u get it for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fudgecakes View Post
    I fap the the sound..... Just kidding. How much did u get it for?
    Paid $2149 with the standard free gifts.

    Not really a good buy though, but I needed it urgently and everywhere is out of stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoonming

    Paid $2149 with the standard free gifts.

    Not really a good buy though, but I needed it urgently and everywhere is out of stock.
    Going overseas?
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    Going overseas?
    Bingo! Going Bali next month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fudgecakes View Post
    Sad to hear. Send it for servicing?
    how long they took for service the oil stains issue?

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    google but cant find ans. can buy extended warranty for nikon dslr?
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