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    I think D7000 prices dropped recently ? BODY in amazon now only US$1199

    Maybe D300S replacement coming out.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaoz2388 View Post
    yeah its with kit lens =D
    Thanks Bro, can I know if only body how much? Can you dun mind PM me ah. Thanks!!

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    Wow prices really do seem to be dropping. Some shops i called recently seem to have dropped their price by $40 thereabouts.
    Nikon D7000 |Nikkor 50mm f/1.8G | NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G|NIKKOR 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR|SB-25

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    Quote Originally Posted by RB26DETT View Post
    Anyone have the MB-D11 grip? How is it?

    I read that the grip fits a little loose on the body. True?
    My grip remained tight on the body all the way although there was once the locking wheel came abit loose (i tink is my fingers pushed against it when i was holding it and walking.

    Other than that, the grip is snug and nice, doesnt add too much weight, and balances when taking landscape as the battery is now in the bottom middle section of the body.

    Nevertheless, from time to time, i will just give the locking wheel a nudge to ensure it remains tight all the way.
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    depend on what technique of holding for you

    everyone different in ways of carrying the camera


    new D7000 Falling in - also here lol

    Upgrade from D60 which i have used for 4 Yrs now
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    Quote Originally Posted by maxwell207 View Post
    hi all D7000 users,

    I am so decided to buy D7000 and today i went out to hold it.
    Huge let down to me. I feel the grip is too small and not comfortable at all. do you guys hav this problem ? btw dont hav fat fingers :-)

    Canon 60d,7D grip are just right and comfortable.BTW i am switching from sony camp.
    7D is big and good. 60D i tink is smaller than D7000 (not sure).

    If u feel whichever body is too small, u can always buy a battery grip for the extra grip (which is what i did)

    The MB-D11 gives me around 1.5 pinkie space (for me, now my pinkie dont hang 1/2 outside of body.) It gives me space to spread out my fingers instead of squeezing together w/o the grip.
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    One man meat, another man poison..
    Switch to canon then..

    Quote Originally Posted by maxwell207 View Post
    hi all D7000 users,

    I am so decided to buy D7000 and today i went out to hold it.
    Huge let down to me. I feel the grip is too small and not comfortable at all. do you guys hav this problem ? btw dont hav fat fingers :-)

    Canon 60d,7D grip are just right and comfortable.BTW i am switching from sony camp.
    life is but a dream...

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    Quote Originally Posted by twisted illusion View Post
    One man meat, another man poison..
    Switch to canon then..
    Very True lol if @Nubbz if you don't like Nikon Get Canon if you think that suits your Style lol
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    For those who have gotten the grip? How much did you pay for it?

    I suppose the grip dun have international warranty right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nubzz View Post
    7D is big and good. 60D i tink is smaller than D7000 (not sure).

    If u feel whichever body is too small, u can always buy a battery grip for the extra grip (which is what i did)

    The MB-D11 gives me around 1.5 pinkie space (for me, now my pinkie dont hang 1/2 outside of body.) It gives me space to spread out my fingers instead of squeezing together w/o the grip.
    I definatly need to try again ..I wonder where I can try with grip .. nikon showroom? D7000 is probably best APSC cam right now interm of price and performance..
    Canon 7D+Grip, 17-55f2.8, 430exII & My Flickriver

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxwell207
    hi all D7000 users,

    I am so decided to buy D7000 and today i went out to hold it.
    Huge let down to me. I feel the grip is too small and not comfortable at all. do you guys hav this problem ? btw dont hav fat fingers :-)

    Canon 60d,7D grip are just right and comfortable.BTW i am switching from sony camp.
    For me.. d7k feels slightly light and small in my hand and I do agree that using a grip will makes thing better. I sold mine abt 2wks later.

    On the other hand, d300s feels just right in terms of built and weight.

    I landed with d700 in the end... Haha

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    Yeah the D7000 is slightly uncomfortable. I had problem shooting for hours with a 70-200 F2.8 mounted because it was too heavy for the small grip of the D7000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yu jianzhi
    depend on what technique of holding for you

    everyone different in ways of carrying the camera

    new D7000 Falling in - also here lol

    Upgrade from D60 which i have used for 4 Yrs now
    Nice I upgraded from D60 too, though only 2.5 years. Welcome to the crew

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    I still like D7000 ...

    but if i change next, it will be a Pentax.

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    I've no issue with the D7000 grip. I love the D300S also.

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    Hi guys, i have a question about which are the good & cheap flashguns that suit D7000? Any recommendation?

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    Hi guy, shb i get the nikon kits 18-105 with tamron 17-50vc or nikon body with nikon 55-200vr n Tamron 17-50?? Thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Javan85 View Post
    Hi guys, i have a question about which are the good & cheap flashguns that suit D7000? Any recommendation?
    hmm ... i got a SB-600 which is quite good and it sells currently around 300+ lol

    SB900 Is still the way to go if you are shooting full time lol (More pro looking Flash also lol)
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    Quote Originally Posted by kirkteo
    I've no issue with the D7000 grip. I love the D300S also.
    Kirk, you bought a D300s?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by maxdevil View Post
    Hi guy, shb i get the nikon kits 18-105 with tamron 17-50vc or nikon body with nikon 55-200vr n Tamron 17-50?? Thx
    sell your 18-105....
    get a tammy 18-270.... plus a 35 F1.8G..... thats all you need manz... add on a 85 F1.4G in the future...

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