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drave

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Hello everyone, my first post as a newbee. Just got a D90 / 18-105 kit.

Glad to know all of u here and learn from u.

Cheers
 

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Welcome!

Try not to get bitten by the BBB virus. Within 2 weeks of my 1st camera, i already spent 4k++!! haha. Go easy~
 

sgstvoy

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Heh, I guess that situation can be easily remidied by a nagging someone! (my mum, for instance).
 

zac08

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Hi drave,

welcome to CS.

READ MORE
SHOOT more
Post more
 

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Welcome to CS! Keep reading, keep posting, enjoy shooting!
 

drave

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Thanks All,

Think I am already badly poison. Lips are already all black, but luckily heart still pumping red blood.

So far my collection includes a D90, 18-105mm, added a 50mm 1.8f and reverse ring and also a 55-200mm and of course a dry cabi. Now asking my wife to scout for a flash in japan. Anyone know if it is cheaper? Think she gonna kill me soon.

I must say I am still trying out the cam so far. Hope to receive more guidiance from u guys.

Cheers,
Drave
 

commonjunks

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Welcome to the club and it is addiction ;).
Already spend 4k+ in 1 month plus (now no money to eat :bsmilie:).
 

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Welcome to CS !

Spending money is not the major issue in photography
But the major issue is spending correctly, do lots of homework before spending

Dun buy those things you only use once in a blue moon or entry level equipments which u easily outgrown when ur skills get better

Buy expensive to save more in long run, usually those have better resale value too.
 

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