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    Default Re: New and looking for an entry-level DSLR

    Quote Originally Posted by rendezv0us View Post
    guys, i've taken some photos and i need some pointers but aint sure where i should post these pics. isit okay if i post it in the newbie section?
    No. We have a lot of gallery forum sections for a reason.
    Alpha

  2. #42

    Default Re: New and looking for an entry-level DSLR

    Courts is just ...
    I went to their Megastore at Tampines yesterday to try the feel of Nikon D90.
    The guy not only stared at me, but asked me "Yes, may I help you?" in an irritated manner.
    I shook my head no and walked off feeling irritated by their service.
    Anyone else gotten attitude like at Courts or other places selling cameras?

    I don't like the feel of Canon 450D. Or perhaps I'm bias to Nikon's grip.

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    Default Re: New and looking for an entry-level DSLR

    Quote Originally Posted by tsuperman-ed View Post
    Courts is just ...
    I went to their Megastore at Tampines yesterday to try the feel of Nikon D90.
    The guy not only stared at me, but asked me "Yes, may I help you?" in an irritated manner.
    I shook my head no and walked off feeling irritated by their service.
    Anyone else gotten attitude like at Courts or other places selling cameras?

    I don't like the feel of Canon 450D. Or perhaps I'm bias to Nikon's grip.
    I wouldn't recommend anyone to purchase their DSLRs from general supermarts (Courts, Best Denki, Harvey Norman etc). Not just because they're usually overpriced and packed with worthless goodies, but also because camera shops (John 3:16, Cathay, MS Colour to name a few) know better about their speciality and also your needs.

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