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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyorange

    Wah rm 1180rm for body?? That's like sgd $500
    Sorry not d7k body it is the accessories 1-4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jintanz Maniz

    I bargain n bargain I spend RM$1180/- for D7k
    1) original batt grip- RM$500/-
    2) original batt
    3) SD card 16g class 10 - $150/-
    4) nissin flash - RM$490/-
    Sorry the break down I cannot really remember coz I told the shop to give gd price for all the items....cheers
    You paid RM150 for an SD card? What card is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spree86

    You paid RM150 for an SD card? What card is that?
    That was initial price...subsequently it was reduced lower after adding all items together..16G Class 10 Sandisk..cheers
    Last edited by Jintanz Maniz; 20th October 2012 at 09:06 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jintanz Maniz View Post
    Supercool...at first they quote me Rm$750/- for the batt ,batt grip n sd card....
    Today I check at TK Foto, the batt grip is S$280 and batt is S$65, both original Nikon.

    If you paid RM750, it is like about S$300 inclusive of 16GB SD card (Class 10), not bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by spree86

    Which model of Nissin are you comparing the SB-910 with?
    Their best model I'm not familiar with Nissin, is their TTL as good like nikon or quite good value for money I know Nikon flash is very good compare to other brand including Canon
    Nikon D600 N35f2, N50f1.4, N24-120f4, Tokina 20-35f2.8, SB900,

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    Quote Originally Posted by supercool

    Today I check at TK Foto, the batt grip is S$280 and batt is S$65, both original Nikon.

    If you paid RM750, it is like about S$300 inclusive of 16GB SD card (Class 10), not bad
    Thks the trick is just need to bargain n bargain, n not to show them alot of money in hand......cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by STTNP View Post
    Their best model I'm not familiar with Nissin, is their TTL as good like nikon or quite good value for money I know Nikon flash is very good compare to other brand including Canon
    I guess that would be the Di866 mk II, seems to be pretty reliable for TTL but it does have some problem with HSS. My friend's Di866 died after a few bursts in HSS.

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    HSS mean high speed sync ?
    Nikon D600 N35f2, N50f1.4, N24-120f4, Tokina 20-35f2.8, SB900,

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    Quote Originally Posted by STTNP View Post
    HSS mean high speed sync ?
    yup high speed sync

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jintanz Maniz View Post
    Ohhh yes...I grab 17-50 VC tamron from JB Angsana yesterday after comparing prices and finally I spend at Johan..Thks rain5533
    Hi,
    may i know which floor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by auntmeggi

    Hi,
    may i know which floor?
    4 th floor 'Johan'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jintanz Maniz View Post
    4 th floor 'Johan'
    what is the damages?

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    Quote Originally Posted by auntmeggi

    what is the damages?
    Sorry didn't get u? nothing damage, all works fine n I am loving it...
    Last edited by Jintanz Maniz; 30th October 2012 at 01:58 PM.

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    He means how much did you pay, i.e. "damage" to your financial pocket.

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    joining this user thread =))) just bought a new D7000 body from my penang trip under malaysia warranty for only RM2700. Feeling refreshing to start from SC at 0 again =)))

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    Quote Originally Posted by pathfinderjj
    joining this user thread =))) just bought a new D7000 body from my penang trip under malaysia warranty for only RM2700. Feeling refreshing to start from SC at 0 again =)))
    Congrats to joining the D7k club house

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daoyin
    He means how much did you pay, i.e. "damage" to your financial pocket.
    Oh ok I spend RM$1400/- for the lens...cheerz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weiwu Lah

    I have rented a SB700 for an event. Most of the time, the results were great. But once in a while, somehow it will affect my auto focus. That is to say, SB700 on = off focus. Once I off my flash, the AF is fine again. In the end, I need to sometimes resort to MF to make sure it won't mess up. Is this a usual hotshoe flash issue? Or I got a bad SB700 copy? Puzzled =S
    hi all, I bought a SB700 a few days ago ($377) and found out the answer to my question! Thought maybe I'll just share here to help whoever may face this problem.

    The Tamron 18-270 PZD I have will not AF accurately with the SB700 on TTL mode. It seems that the TTL communication between SB700 , D7000 and Tamron 18-270 is not that good. It works well with my Nikkor 50 1.8d though. But when I switched to Manual mode (as advised by a friend), the AF worked!

    So if you realize your pictures are not sharp with an hotshoe flash on, try this method and see if it works

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weiwu Lah

    hi all, I bought a SB700 a few days ago ($377) and found out the answer to my question! Thought maybe I'll just share here to help whoever may face this problem.

    The Tamron 18-270 PZD I have will not AF accurately with the SB700 on TTL mode. It seems that the TTL communication between SB700 , D7000 and Tamron 18-270 is not that good. It works well with my Nikkor 50 1.8d though. But when I switched to Manual mode (as advised by a friend), the AF worked!

    So if you realize your pictures are not sharp with an hotshoe flash on, try this method and see if it works
    I think there was a similar problem reported on the Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 a long time ago.
    KF Photography
    Thanks for viewing!

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