What to buy with my vouchers?

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  1. ted_smith

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    I've got my F80 Nikon body, my 60mm Nikon Macro lense, Nikon 300mm zoom, standard 28-70 Nikon lense, plus UV and polarising filters for all of them plus a really good tripod (it cost £150).

    I've got £50 Jessops vouchers for Christmas...but what to buy with them? I don't have a flash gun, but all the decent one's seem to be about £150 ($270) or more. I really want the 'Nikon SB-600 Speedlight' for my F80 body, but it's about £240 (http://www.jessops.com/Products/ProductDetail.aspx?SkuId=28582).

    What nifty little accessories do people recommend I buy with my £50 (plus or minus a few quid) to make my photographic better\easier\more enjoyable? I thought about a rucksack, but I already have a camera bag that fits my needs pretty well.

    Cheers

    Ted
     
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    how about a memory card or a remote shutter release cable/switch?
     
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    I 35mm film photographer - no digital, but thanks for the idea.
     
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    OOPS! I'm half a sleep here. That remote switch will still come in handy though. Especially for macro and super long exposures.
     
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    although... I know the F90 and even the F5 and 10 have remote switch hook-ups, but I honestly don't know about the F80. Sorry, I use a Canon Rebel myself... hence my confusion.
     

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