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    Would like to ask where can i find the cheapest k5 with 18-135mm kit lens set ? I know Onient offering at $2439 ... are there any shops that are selling cheaper ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lionelim81 View Post
    Would like to ask where can i find the cheapest k5 with 18-135mm kit lens set ? I know Onient offering at $2439 ... are there any shops that are selling cheaper ?
    How much cheaper are you looking at? The price is about threabouts . . .
    Can call SLRR at 63368767 and ask them about their price...
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    SLRR revolution selling at $2461 more expensive than Onient when i asked K5 with 18 135 lens price but someone told me last time he only bought it at $2404 i wonder is it SLRR revolution increase their price recently ?
    Last edited by lionelim81; 8th March 2011 at 10:12 PM.

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    from what i have researched.

    K-r = SLRR cheaper
    K-5 = Orient Photo cheaper

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    I tot u say Bally was selling at 2350+\- in Yr previous post ? Y in the end din get ?
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    That was that time , now they no more stock , that time I still thinking want to get a D7000 or K5 haven't decide yet ? I heard D7000 also weather poof too ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lionelim81 View Post
    That was that time , now they no more stock , that time I still thinking want to get a D7000 or K5 haven't decide yet ? I heard D7000 also weather poof too ?
    D7000 is not a weather proof body .

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    D7000 is marketed as being weatherproof, but none of the Nikon lenses are marketed as being weatherproof. Not to say that they are all NOT weatherproof, the higher end lenses are surely very well made and sealed but you'll be taking your chances with the consumer grade lenses.

    As compared to Pentax where you have easy access to a range of WR lenses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jie88 View Post
    D7000 is not a weather proof body .
    http://www.nikonusa.com/Nikon-Produc...468/D7000.html

    Well, Nikon states this:

    Compact but durable with magnesium-alloy top and rear covers, superior weather and dust seals and a 150,000 cycle-rated shutter system providing reliable operation

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