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    Latest update. Finally got on hand the D70 from my friend. It comes with Nikkor AF-S 18-70mm 3.5-4.5G ED DX and 50mm 1.8D. Both lens equipped with filters. I'm really grateful

    However, i need to buy 2nd battery and camera bag. Any recommendation and where to buy?

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    hi bro
    i tink any reputable shops have the items u require.
    my friend just bought a lowerpro bag from cathay at penisular and got free gifts on top of that..
    or u can consider 2nd hand items from the buy & sell section.

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    look for 2nd hand 190AW lowepro at 45-55 at b&s section. u might be able to get a brand new 1!! like me...haha

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    I saw it. But it seems too big and bulky o.O

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    better buy a bigger one.. at least can put in other stuff.. and maybe more lenses in future when u expand ur collection.

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    SX-20, unless you wan the powerful zoom, 560mm Optical, or 80X Digital, the quality barely make it even if you are in the optical range.

    On the other hand, it's a nice and friendly enough cam, but only certain settings access is a little cumbersome.
    What I really missed most, is my first SLR. An Olympus OM2 with the Zuiko 35mm f/1.4, back in 1982!

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    Congratz man! Now go and enjoy yourself!
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    Yep yep. Really like the 50mm f/1.8 hehe

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    Here is my 2c

    I would rather spend good money on a high-end compact camera den on a low-end DSLR.

    Furthermore you mention that you are going on a honeymoon and a compact camera would be a very good all-in-one (provided you get one with wide angle + long zoom)

    I would choose between LX3 and S90

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    I will still go with a "ok" end 2nd hand dSLR. Especially if you are a beginner. Using a compact as a substitute can actually require a lot of photography experience.
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