FOR SALE: CANON 30d & CANON 28-105mm f/3.5-4.5 II USM LENS

Update: Item sold!

I'm posting this for my older brother. I'd vouch for the items because my brother's really OC and takes excellent care of all his stuff. Please contact him directly because the items are with him and he'd be able to answer your questions quicker and more definitively than me.

FS: Canon 30d & Canon 28-105mm f/3.5-4.5 II USM lens
Condition: Excellent
Warranty: 30d (none, bought Dec 2006 at Mayer), 28-105mm (around 9 months, bought Jan 2008 at Canon D-Zone)
Price: P43,000
Comes with the following:
Tamrac shoulder sling bag
Tamrac Neoprene neckstrap
Ridata 1gb CF card (150x speed)
30d box and everything that comes with it (battery, charger, manual, neckstrap, etc.)
Canon 28-105mm f/3.5-4.5 II USM box and manual
Sunpack UV filter for lens (on since day one)
LCD protector for 30d (on since day one)

Contact: call 5333813 (look for beng) or email raubenscoscolluela@yahoo.com
Location: Boni Mandaluyong (near EDSA)

Actual Pics of the Items:

Canon 30d & Canon 28-105mm f/3.5-4.5 II USM lens

Canon 30d

Canon 28-105mm f/3.5-4.5 II USM lens




W00t! Time-traveling Brit show Doctor Who started its season premiere just yesterday, while Battlestar Galactica had its the day before. This fourth season of BSG has been particularly anticipated since it's also the final season of the show, with its creators (or rather, RE-creators) having decided to end it on their terms, and at the height of its popularity. There was also the news a few months ago during the WGA strike that the show might never be completed (the crew having only finished filming a few eps of the fourth season when the strike, uhm, struck), which I'm sure had sent many a geek convulsing on the floor.

But, really, BSG is teh bomb. As I've said before in this blog, what makes this show great is also what initially turns some people off—that it's sci-fi. But because of its genre, BSG is able to take on topics difficult for primetime TV, topics such as rape, suicide bombings, genocide—you name it. Some are presented as allegory, while some as hard truths—the consequences of war on the losing end. And it also doesn't hurt that the writing is intelligent as hell and entertaining to boot. Here's an article I found that can serve as a primer to the show, and here's a short video that wittily summarizes the first three seasons.