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    Quote Originally Posted by seezhijie View Post
    I'm wondering if there are any places where I can loan a 3rd party grip? I wanna try for myself if the reversed dial affects me
    erm just go to shop and try? o.o
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyorange View Post
    erm just go to shop and try? o.o
    hmm... will shops let you try grips?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkimMilk View Post
    hmm... will shops let you try grips?
    If you know the sales there, then no problem... else bring your cam along, go to one of the recommended friendly store, ask them nicely you looking for a grip, would like to try on..... if they agree, you try and play play, like it, pay and go, don't like it, thank them and go...... please don't try liao, then go another Ah Beng shop and buy because it is $2 cheaper..... :roll eyes:....... unless the friendly store wanna chop carrot, which is most of the time unlikely.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkimMilk View Post
    hmm... will shops let you try grips?
    Yup I Did, Just ask them if I can try the grip before buying lo. If I like it I buy,

    Cannot be spending money on something I don't like right... =)
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    Try artworkfoto and sgcamerastore. They have a slight wider range of 3rd party grips.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyorange View Post
    Yup I Did, Just ask them if I can try the grip before buying lo. If I like it I buy,

    Cannot be spending money on something I don't like right... =)
    yep, might even chance upon a third party grip with the correct dial orientation (relative to the body)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowseye View Post
    Try artworkfoto and sgcamerastore. They have a slight wider range of 3rd party grips.

    yup got mine at sgcamerastore, can try before buying =)
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    What I want is to bring it to the streets etc and see if I can work around it smoothly

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    Quote Originally Posted by seezhijie View Post
    What I want is to bring it to the streets etc and see if I can work around it smoothly
    well like this, I don't know already =x, ps haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by seezhijie View Post
    What I want is to bring it to the streets etc and see if I can work around it smoothly
    Your only bet is to know some bro here who has the grip and loan from him.... prob can go to those outing and see can beg, borrow... but do not steal.... :stick tong.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by N-user View Post
    Your only bet is to know some bro here who has the grip and loan from him.... prob can go to those outing and see can beg, borrow... but do not steal.... :stick tong.....
    that's good advice the last part

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    Quote Originally Posted by N-user View Post
    Your only bet is to know some bro here who has the grip and loan from him.... prob can go to those outing and see can beg, borrow... but do not steal.... :stick tong.....
    if you need to steal anyway, borrow the OEM, not the 3rd party... and learn how to run faaaaast
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    i think D7000 no stock anywhere.... local sets... export im not so sure..
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    Quote Originally Posted by mackie8 View Post
    i think D7000 no stock anywhere.... local sets... export im not so sure..
    Look at it this way.... will cure some of the BBB virus..... wanna buy, but boh stock....

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    Quote Originally Posted by N-user

    Look at it this way.... will cure some of the BBB virus..... wanna buy, but boh stock....
    Illnesses will continue to spread if left aside

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    Quote Originally Posted by seezhijie

    Illnesses will continue to spread if left aside
    +1. BBB virus becomes much worse until the purchase is made.
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    Hi guys,
    I have question to you all.
    Did you all notice that the JPEG format of the photos from D7000 is a bit... err how do I put it, a bit plain and not rich in colours?
    Should I just ramp up the colors in the camera settings?

    Currently what I do is I will shoot in RAW.... and then I will adjust during my pp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kayel79
    Hi guys,
    I have question to you all.
    Did you all notice that the JPEG format of the photos from D7000 is a bit... err how do I put it, a bit plain and not rich in colours?
    Should I just ramp up the colors in the camera settings?

    Currently what I do is I will shoot in RAW.... and then I will adjust during my pp.
    There's a "Standard, vivid, neutral, etc" function on the camera. Forgot what the name is called. It's under the shooting menu. If you think vivid is too rich, then change the settings by pressing the right arrow key when the selector is on "vivid". You'll get to change the saturation

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    Quote Originally Posted by seezhijie View Post
    There's a "Standard, vivid, neutral, etc" function on the camera. Forgot what the name is called. It's under the shooting menu. If you think vivid is too rich, then change the settings by pressing the right arrow key when the selector is on "vivid". You'll get to change the saturation
    Great help . Tks .

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    Quote Originally Posted by seezhijie View Post
    There's a "Standard, vivid, neutral, etc" function on the camera. Forgot what the name is called. It's under the shooting menu. If you think vivid is too rich, then change the settings by pressing the right arrow key when the selector is on "vivid". You'll get to change the saturation
    also within that menu, you can manually adjust the saturation, hue, contrast, etc... if you find it a bit bland, you might want to explore with the settings to get the right blend.
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