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"RE: NikoniansPress Mastering the Nikon D7000"
Obviously somebody out there is envying your hard work or possibly anybody that spend a lot of time trying to get a result as you do with your books!Simply because they wish to do the same, but do not have the 'capability or the will' to do it!This kind of people are part of the Human Race and unfortunately we just have to ignore them and certainly a few very good review should shut them up forever!Especially if they are from Nikonians.org - full of experienced people that actually BUY your books.Here in the UK incidentally, since I purchased the eBook version I missed to buy the D7000.I ordered the D7000 on October 2011 and after several weeks the supplier could not deliver and refunded me.Then I did not purchase it at £. 729 from another dealer as I did not have enough money and do not like to overspend on credit cards too much - it now is at around £. 869 from the same dealer.I am waiting the beginning of February hoping for a downturn to around £. 750 and then I will buy it and use the £. 100 saved towards accessories.I am looking forward to use it with the help of your very good 'copied' book - .
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