Cheapest Dslr Camera In Singapore

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  • A digital single-lens reflex camera (digital SLR or DSLR) is a digital camera that uses a mechanical mirror system and pentaprism to direct light from the lens to an optical viewfinder on the back of the camera.
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  • an island to the south of the Malay Peninsula
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cheapest dslr camera in singapore - Joby GP1-E1EN
Joby GP1-E1EN Gorillapod Flexible Tripod (Grey)
Joby GP1-E1EN Gorillapod Flexible Tripod (Grey)
# Lightweight # Compact # Portable # Bendable # Wrappable # Grippable # Gorilla Fun!

The Joby Gorillapod makes taking digital photos more fun than ever. Designed with self-timer photography in mind, the Gorillapod lets you mount your camera just about anywhere you want so that you can include everyone in your automatic shots. All you need to do is use the universal 1/4-20 screw to attach your camera to the standard tripod mount, then wrap the three flexible segmented legs securely to a nearby tree branch, fence, park bench, or anything else that's convenient. Joby Gorillapods from

Say goodbye to holding your camera at arm's length to take a photo of yourself and your friends--now you can be free to pose however you like!

Durable and innovative, the Gorillapod weighs just 1.6 ounces, or 45 grams, and can support cameras weighing up to 12.5 ounces, or 335 grams. Measuring just under six inches in length, the Gorillapod fits easily into any purse, backpack, or even jacket pocket.

Singapore River Festival 2008
Singapore River Festival 2008
I bought a prosumer camera, Sony H5 in 2007 without doing a proper research. I wished to take better photos than existing Nikon point-shoot-camera, so I decided to own a better camera, but I was not sure what camera to buy. I was not thinking to have DSLR at that time because the cost to own a DSLR at that time was not as cheap as today. I still remember that I was checking features of Canon PowerShot S3 or Sony H5 as both were within my budget. One weekend, I talked about buying camera with a friend in City Hall (Singapore). He suggested we should go and check cameras in the shop in Funan. So we went to Funan and saw Song Brother Shop there. We go in the shop to ask the camera prices and see the cameras. When I saw Sony H5’s big and clean LCD, I was so excited and bough it immediately with nearly S$900. At that time, I didn’t know about camera shops; John in Funan or Cathay in Peninsula which are good cameras shops in Singapore. Prosumer cameras have more features than point-and-shoot, like allowing you to change shutter speed and aperture but lens. Moreover it has smaller censors than DLSR which I totally didn’t know until I owned it. How naive I am? Getting restriction feeling after using prosumer camera and its incapability to take good night shoots made me think to get a DSLR camera, especially after taking photos of Singapore River Festival in Sept 2008. This is the one of photos I took during Singapore River Festival 2008. Sorry guys if you are looking for stunning photos because I am just showing ordinary photos and writing my feelings. I am using flickr like a blog :P. Anyway, Thank You!
Busy shopping at the Bugis Village.
Busy shopping at the Bugis Village.
The name Bugis Village sounds rural but it's actually situated in the heart of the city. It's urban... If you are looking for cheap goods,this is the place you should visit. It's a big contrast compared to the shopping mall Bugis Junction just across the road where the goods are a lot more expensive. From fashion to handphone accesories, you can get them here but most of the mechandise are from Thailand, if I'm not wrong. So my Thai friends, take note :) Camera used: Sony DSLR Alpha 700. Lens: SAL 16-105mm.