Pictures from the Sunday Market (17.05.2009)

As requested by Nazarios and Farahreen, here are some of the pictures from the Sunday Market. For more photos, go to here.

We are currently in the process of winding up our Sunday activity, so, not many items up for sale anymore.

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The New Nikon D5000 (As good as the more expensive Nikon D90?)

The camera giant, Nikon, has introduced another product in its line-up. It’s called the Nikon D5000. Arguably matching the performance of the Nikon D90, the Nikon D5000 replaces the ageing Nikon D40.

Here are a couple of reviews >> Ken Rockwell and DPS

Nikon D5000, a good third camera for myself perhaps? Hahaha. I wish!

Just a quick round-up of the specifications:

– 12.3 Megapixels CMOS Sensor
– Able to capture HD videos
– 2.6-inch vari-angle (swivel) LCD monitor
– 11 AF points
– 4 FPS frame rate
– Ultrasonic sensor cleaner
– Uses SD/SDHC cards
– Default ISO 200 ~ 3200 but expandable to 100 ~ 6400.

The camera should be available around late April 2009.

So, anybody out there planning to get one?

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Nikon Creative Lighting System: Digital Field Guide (J. Dennis Thomas)

Title: Nikon Creative Lighting System: Digital Field Guide
Author: J. Dennis Thomas
ISBN: 978-0-470-04527-5
Number of pages: approximately 201 pages

Venturing into the world of photography, I find myself very much interested in the area of strobing and speedlights. Granted, I’m pretty much a beginner in that area (aren’t we all), but I am intrigued with things you can achieve with speedlights (flashes).

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The brand spanking new Nikon D90 with super cool features!

It’s true folks. The Nikon D90 is here. It’s not available to the general public just yet, but indeed, the Nikon D90 is no longer a rumour.

The announcement was made on August 26, 2008.

Some amazing new features:

  • HD720p video capture (w/ audio)
  • 3-inch LCD with Live Preview
  • GPS Tagging
  • 12.3 megapixels CMOS Sensor
  • 4.5 fps

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