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#195608 26-Apr-2016 14:55
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what shops sell cameras i might have missed looking at

 

i have checked out

 

 

 

pbtech

 

harveynorman

 

noel leemings

 

the warehouse

 

 

 

so im now looking for others to check out


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  #1542246 26-Apr-2016 14:59
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Camera Warehouse (or is it Photo Warehouse)? Camera & Camera? Expert Infotech sells them at quite reasonable prices as well.

 

Depends what camera you looking for




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  #1542254 26-Apr-2016 15:08
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Krishant007:

 

Camera Warehouse (or is it Photo Warehouse)? Camera & Camera? Expert Infotech sells them at quite reasonable prices as well.

 

Depends what camera you looking for

 

 

 

 

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  #1542268 26-Apr-2016 15:22
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Progear in Auckland. 

 

 

 

Photo & Video in Christchurch.






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  #1542561 27-Apr-2016 08:47
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Are you  talking digital cameras or CCTV cameras?


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  #1542563 27-Apr-2016 08:57
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JB HiFi still sells them. The consumer point and shoot market is pretty dried up I think (I can't remember the last time I used a digital camera). DSLRs are where its at I think.


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  #1542564 27-Apr-2016 08:58
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HN and NL, during their biggest ever sales, are still dearer than photo warehouse. Pro gear in akl, photo and video in Chch.




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  #1542565 27-Apr-2016 09:01
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Isn't there another shop Auckland cameras




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  #1542573 27-Apr-2016 09:22
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joker97: Isn't there another shop Auckland cameras

 

 

 

yes ... have used them in the past and have been happy with their service


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  #1542620 27-Apr-2016 10:26
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Parallel Imported?

 

I still have a point and shoot camera for places I don't want to take my phone - e.g. kayak, boat etc.





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  #1542634 27-Apr-2016 10:55
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Anything more than a few hundred quid I'd not buy parallel import unless it saves a thousand quid or more




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  #1542734 27-Apr-2016 12:54
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You don't say where do you live and what kind of camera are you looking for.

 

As well as the ones you listed yourself in the OP there's JB HiFi and Smith City in most places. There are still Sony stores in Auckland and Christchurch. I suppose Dick Smith might still have a few if you can get in in the next couple of days.

 

Here in Wellington there's also Hutt Cameras (Lambton Qy), Wellington Photographic Supplies (Featherston St and Vivian St), Photo Warehouse (Victoria St).

 

Depending on your budget, even Cash Converters might be worth a look. My daughter wanted a camera for a trip she was doing where it was likely to take a beating, so we picked up a cheap used Canon point-and-shoot digital at CC for very little money, and it's still going strong, several years later.


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  #1542743 27-Apr-2016 13:17
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andrew027:

 

You don't say where do you live and what kind of camera are you looking for.

 

 

 

 

This.

Half a clue might go a long way to getting you some useful replies.


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  #1542752 27-Apr-2016 13:26
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Sorry I was referring to the retailer called Parallel Imported.  They sell cameras ....

 

joker97: Anything more than a few hundred quid I'd not buy parallel import unless it saves a thousand quid or more





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  #1542781 27-Apr-2016 13:53
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