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    okays. i will join that too.

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    Sunrise @ Punggol End

    Date: 14-08-2010
    Time: 0630hrs
    Location: Punggol Beach (Punggol End)

    Tml sunrise shld be good. Meet direct at location.

    BBButties:

    1. kuantoh
    2. lkkang ( punggol ... anytime )
    3. StrifeYun (try my best )
    4. J (if i can wake up jogging)
    5. zh3ng (if... i can hear my alarm)
    is horsin welcome to join? might rain wor...

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    is horsin welcome to join? might rain wor...
    suggest u go zoo long

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    zheng mei mei if u can wake up i come pick up in cab tml. need moi gib chiu morleng call?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gglankie View Post
    is horsin welcome to join? might rain wor...
    ib chiu come pick me i welcome u... haha... i am always prepare for wet weather when i shoot with u leisurely.

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    to all butties....i will be out of action for sometime.....
    this morning my D700 drop and sensor damage....
    byz

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    Quote Originally Posted by simpleliving View Post
    to all butties....i will be out of action for sometime.....
    this morning my D700 drop and sensor damage....
    byz
    sad
    buttie, is time to change D3s
    if u don't mind, i got 20D can lend u, kit lens 18-55 & 75-300
    Last edited by juste_millieu; 13th August 2010 at 10:06 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simpleliving View Post
    to all butties....i will be out of action for sometime.....
    this morning my D700 drop and sensor damage....
    byz
    wah dun sad buttie. if chiu need to use cammy, i can rend chiu anytime i not using.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juste_millieu View Post
    suggest u go zoo long
    sapok

    Quote Originally Posted by simpleliving View Post
    to all butties....i will be out of action for sometime.....
    this morning my D700 drop and sensor damage....
    byz
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    Quote Originally Posted by simpleliving View Post
    to all butties....i will be out of action for sometime.....
    this morning my D700 drop and sensor damage....
    byz
    4 digit repairment. this is super ex.
    from cnet
    Imagine my shock when my 17 month old Nikon D700 stopped working for no apparent reason. I sent it to Nikon in NY for repair and they sent me a repair quote just shy of $1500.00 for a new image sensor. I explained that the camera was almost new and that this is a reliability issue. This did not help. These cameras are great when they work properly, but be prepared to spend 60% of the new cost if the sensor fails and receive only a 6 month warranty on the repair. This is not the legendary reliability I have come to expect from Nikon.

    http://www.rpsforum.org/index.php?/t...sensor-repair/
    I have had my Nikon D700 for only 6 months and found that I had to clean the sensor. I am no stranger to this task having cleaned my D80 sensor many times.

    However, this particular forage into the world of cleaning was to turn out to be very expensive experience.

    I always use a blower to see if the dust and and strange matter will come away from the unit before I ever delve into it with any other method. The dust just seemed to get moved around and despite holding the camera upside down while blowing, nothing seemed to budge - particularly, the edge of the sensor seemed to be heavily populated with dust particles.

    So I resorted to swabs. The proper swabs and the proper liquid, together with a sensor loupe to see what was going on. Having used a few swabs the sensor gradually became clearer - one more swab should do it. Then on the last swipe a thin line appeared across the centre of the field of view - left to right

    I looked with disbelief and thought that something had smeared across the sensor, so I tried again with no luck in removing it. My heart obviously sunk as I thought that perhaps I may have scratched the filter in front of the sensor.

    So the camera was sent to Nikon.

    The diagnosis was that the sensor was scratched. So I challenged them and said "Surely you mean the filter on the front", thinking that some grain had got into the camera and caused the problem. No, apparently the sensor underneath the filter had a very thin scratch mark left to right across the sensor.

    The bill will come to in excess of 1000 with labour and VAT.

    So my ultimate question is, to anyone that can answer this - How does a sensor get scratched when something is lying over the top of it and when you use full length swabs to clean the sensor?" How on earth can you scratch something that should be protected with a flat filter plate? Nikon were reluctant to suggest how it could have happened, just that there was a scratch on the sensor. But, I need to understand how these are constructed and how a full length scratch can appear underneath a low-pass filter.

    In addition, and something for people to think hard about. The low-pass filter units on the Nikon D700 sensors cannot be replaced on their own...they come as a unit, and the unit is the sensor which costs 770. Could anyone advise whether Cannon low-pass filters can be replaced without replacing the sensor....because if they can, I feel a change of manufacturer coming on!
    Last edited by juste_millieu; 13th August 2010 at 10:25 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juste_millieu View Post
    suggest u go zoo long
    tmr i no ot. got freetime. heee

    Quote Originally Posted by kuantoh View Post
    ib chiu come pick me i welcome u... haha... i am always prepare for wet weather when i shoot with u leisurely.
    i coming prom ubi. u wait por me at sengkang shell stn?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuantoh View Post
    zheng mei mei if u can wake up i come pick up in cab tml. need moi gib chiu morleng call?
    okays chiu gib me morleng call at 5am can? haha

    Quote Originally Posted by simpleliving View Post
    to all butties....i will be out of action for sometime.....
    this morning my D700 drop and sensor damage....
    byz
    wah why suddenly drop???

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    Quote Originally Posted by gglankie View Post
    tmr i no ot. got freetime. heee



    i coming prom ubi. u wait por me at sengkang shell stn?
    can... me and zheng (provided zheng can wake up)

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    Sunrise @ Punggol End

    Date: 14-08-2010
    Time: 0630hrs
    Location: Punggol Beach (Punggol End)

    Tml sunrise shld be good. Meet direct at location.

    BBButties:

    1. kuantoh
    2. lkkang ( punggol ... anytime )
    3. StrifeYun (try my best )
    4. J (if i can wake up jogging)
    5. zh3ng (if... i can hear my alarm)
    6. Jimmy81 (TBC)

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    Quote Originally Posted by simpleliving View Post
    to all butties....i will be out of action for sometime.....
    this morning my D700 drop and sensor damage....
    byz
    OMG

    how come drop and damage sensor? sensor is inside camera ??
    anyway, you can use my 1D if you want. I am shooting film for outing now a days.

    time to get D3

    move on buddy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    OMG

    how come drop and damage sensor? sensor is inside camera ??
    anyway, you can use my 1D if you want. I am shooting film for outing now a days.

    time to get D3S

    move on buddy.
    I sappork!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    OMG

    how come drop and damage sensor? sensor is inside camera ??
    anyway, you can use my 1D if you want. I am shooting film for outing now a days.

    time to get D3

    move on buddy.
    not so easy to move on one... rast time my 300 die i buy d700 already need to sell of some assets first. now he drop d700 go d3s must sell all his gears ar

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    Quote Originally Posted by juste_millieu View Post
    SIC

    This is the website Richard talk about -> http://www.thestudiooutfitters.com/
    or at CS -> http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=701944


    and the thing he recommend is the RD600
    bro,

    I am thinking of getting a set of strobes from this fellow

    deeply poison by the ad... haha..

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    bro,

    I am thinking of getting a set of strobes from this fellow

    deeply poison by the ad... haha..
    u need strobe? i tot that's only for portrait.
    actually can share among butties. since normally shot together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    bro,

    I am thinking of getting a set of strobes from this fellow

    deeply poison by the ad... haha..
    BBB!! I sappork! But take note of the weight though, quite heavy

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