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    all the posion coming in

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlb0r0 View Post
    the pictures you took are awesome
    Agreed! Wish I could do dat

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    thats cool.. guess it boils down to pentax k-x or a 2nd hand D60.. unless i can convince my wife otherwise.. LOL...

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    My advice is put your golf set up for sale & you shd get at least $200+ bucks to add to your budget of $600-$700 and you can go for a 2nd hand D80 or maybe D90, which i believe will stay with you for a long long time to come & taking beautiful photos like bro daredevil123 or maybe even better
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrSpock View Post
    My advice is put your golf set up for sale & you shd get at least $200+ bucks to add to your budget of $600-$700 and you can go for a 2nd hand D80 or maybe D90, which i believe will stay with you for a long long time to come & taking beautiful photos like bro daredevil123 or maybe even better
    hm... my set cost my around $1k back then.. pretty heartache to let it go.. hahaha..
    thanks for the advice.. will think about it.. cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by alwaysthere View Post
    hm... my set cost my around $1k back then.. pretty heartache to let it go.. hahaha..
    thanks for the advice.. will think about it.. cheers
    Golf set ard 1k should be a entry level one lah so can try your luck to sell at $400 in that monthly golf mag they put at most range. If you still occasional ranger then might as well keep it lor. $700+ can get you a new fandangle D3000, which is an upgrade of D60, hence better See here

    Good luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrSpock View Post
    Golf set ard 1k should be a entry level one lah so can try your luck to sell at $400 in that monthly golf mag they put at most range. If you still occasional ranger then might as well keep it lor. $700+ can get you a new fandangle D3000, which is an upgrade of D60, hence better See here

    Good luck
    Thanks bro! D3000 kit @ that price is great!! Within budget AND brand new...

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    Quote Originally Posted by alwaysthere View Post
    thats cool.. guess it boils down to pentax k-x or a 2nd hand D60.. unless i can convince my wife otherwise.. LOL...
    i brought my wifey to raffles hotel to buy her long waited brown coloured 2 alphabet hangbag which i still thinks it sucks big time.....after tat i told her i'm going to buy a new camera.....no mention of SLR....and she nodded her head readily with no questions asked.


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    Quote Originally Posted by af2373 View Post
    i brought my wifey to raffles hotel to buy her long waited brown coloured 2 alphabet hangbag which i still thinks it sucks big time.....after tat i told her i'm going to buy a new camera.....no mention of SLR....and she nodded her head readily with no questions asked.

    haha.. the 2 alphabet handbag in order to allow myself to buy a SLR... I will pass

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    Quote Originally Posted by af2373 View Post
    i brought my wifey to raffles hotel to buy her long waited brown coloured 2 alphabet hangbag which i still thinks it sucks big time.....after tat i told her i'm going to buy a new camera.....no mention of SLR....and she nodded her head readily with no questions asked.
    Ha ha ha, I did the same trick when i got her a Tag H watch for Valentine D & she's too busi looking at her new watch than what's inside my Dry Cabi. A TgH watch can retain it's value hence a much more worthy 'investment'. Heck her 1st TgH is now worth $900

    Quote Originally Posted by alwaysthere View Post
    haha.. the 2 alphabet handbag in order to allow myself to buy a SLR... I will pass
    If the 2 alphabet too much can go for the single alphabet one lor
    Photography? It's all in your mind...

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    this is a very good pictures... its really the person behind the camera...

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