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    Thanks !

    Anyone knows if Funan is open on national day ?

    Good day !

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    Quote Originally Posted by lotus80
    Thanks !

    Anyone knows if Funan is open on national day ?

    Good day !
    only know tk not opening. the rest you can call..
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    posted this in digital darkroom but sharing here as well:
    B&H having a special sale of US$69.95 for the Elements + Premier 10 Full Edition.

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    For the slight difference in price, I would go for SB910. I got a SB910, its heavier and bulkier, but won't regret it.

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    SB-910 used to be like S$640-680, I believe now is below S$600. SB-700 is about S$400?

    SB-910 will refresh faster in same situation because you don't have to fire at nearer to full power as the SB-700.
    With SB-700 once you got spot meter on the camera it will go TTL and on Matrix it will go TTL-BL. on SB-910 you have full control.
    SB-910 lets you zoom to 200m for narrow lighting, more control if you someday do CLS.
    SB-910 is not much heavier than SB-700.

    If you do large group shot in a dim restaurant, you will want the SB-910. You will need the DOF hence surely at least f/4, then 1/60s to be sharp in case the people move a little, at ISO100-500, you will need SB-910 to bounce on the ceiling.

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    This thread is getting low on activity. Anyway, just to share with you guys who have bought Adobe software from Adorama previously: Adobe is have a US$400 rebate off retail price for CS6.
    All Adorama customers qualify for this. See this thread I posted.

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    Also, adorama has dropped d7000 price by 200$

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    Quote Originally Posted by lotus80
    Also, adorama has dropped d7000 price by 200$
    Still 1k USD

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    Quote Originally Posted by trd2970

    Still 1k USD
    The Nikon D7000 was going for slightly less than US$1,200 previously.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blur Shadow

    The Nikon D7000 was going for slightly less than US$1,200 previously.
    Not sure if local prices will also be adjusted

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    Quote Originally Posted by trd2970

    Not sure if local prices will also be adjusted
    Comex prices have dropped by $270 for d7000

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    Quote Originally Posted by lotus80 View Post
    Comex prices have dropped by $270 for d7000
    $270 a lot already, can buy 2nd hand 50mm f/1.8G or 35mm f/1.8G DX.

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    Do they sell lens in comex ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lotus80
    Do they sell lens in comex ?
    Just go down and take a look with pretty gal too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rain5533

    Just go down and take a look with pretty gal too...
    He he :-)

    Too crowded leh

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    Planning to get a spare batt for my D7000.Any 3rd party batt to recommend?Or sticking to the original will be preferred?In addition can recommend a 3rd party wireless shutter remote?Tia!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liangzai
    Planning to get a spare batt for my D7000.Any 3rd party batt to recommend?Or sticking to the original will be preferred?In addition can recommend a 3rd party wireless shutter remote?Tia!
    Just depend you wanna keep as longer battery life or prefer ori. even full charged an not used the power still there.

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    Think there's no 3rd party batt in SG? The original cost $5x. Personally, I think that's quite a good price.

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    Any idea which shops r selling?Those usual like Tk foto,Slr?Also there r a number of ML-L3 remote priced @ less than $5/-.Is there a need to worry on their reliability?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liangzai View Post
    Any idea which shops r selling?Those usual like Tk foto,Slr?Also there r a number of ML-L3 remote priced @ less than $5/-.Is there a need to worry on their reliability?
    The D7000 has sensors at the back and front of the camera so the ML-L3 get a bit more operating radius. Ideally get the wired MC-DC2 shutter release its costs around 15 to 20$ in BnS and you will be happy with it.

    As for the battery yes get the original as it doesn't cost too much and at around 55$ its a steal. unless of course if your talking of battery grip and not battery then that can be had for 100 to 270$
    [Nikon-D7000|Manfrotto 055XPROB, Gitzo 275 BH| Nikon-AF 50 f1.4D| Nikon-SB600]

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