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Topic # 72352 24-Nov-2010 20:31
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Hi
Has anyone got some good overseas retailers that they can recommend for buying a Digital SLR Camera lens?  I am after a Cannon EF 70-100mm IS lens.
Cheers
Richard

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  Reply # 409170 24-Nov-2010 21:20
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Gotta say, i've bought a few of Trademe in the last few years and have been happy with all of the lenses. Otherwise i buy from www.photo.co.nz as it used to be my local and i knew the guys well enough for them to earn my hard earned cash.

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  Reply # 414029 7-Dec-2010 14:09
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I have bought lenses from B&H (www.bhphotovideo.com).
There's also Adorama.com. Both in New York.
There's a few Aussie stores that will ship here too, I know not their names though.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 414046 7-Dec-2010 14:23
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Japan.... If you're heading anywhere near. Basically take the NZ retail price and halve it. At least.

Otherwise I've bought lenses from Wellington Photographic Supplies (wps.net.nz), and Photowarehouse, both places have great service.

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  Reply # 414836 9-Dec-2010 01:01
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Tradeeeeeemeeee. I have bought 3 lenses off trademe. A 24-105mm L series, a 70-200mm L series and a crappy little other one. All of which I am superbly happy with and for a decent price too. Oh and they were new...

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