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  #1542807 27-Apr-2016 14:18
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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



It's photo warehouse. Camera & Camera went into receivership last year(or maybe even the year before.) and are no longer in business.




Agree with the others. Really we need to know what sort of camera your looking for. Sony stores for example stock cameras but only sony ones. Or if your looking for lenses some will stock nikon and cannon lens and let you try before you buy where as other lenses they will get it in but will not let you try it first where as other stores will.

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  #1543176 28-Apr-2016 08:49
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Photo Warehouse is the only chain store that has branches across the country that I know of. Harvey Noman/Noel Leemings tend to be the most expensive, with the exception of the base model DSLRs where they can be competitive sometimes (but they will try and screw you on expensive extended warranties, overpriced bags and memory cards etc)


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  #1560400 27-May-2016 02:47
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I work professionally in the film industry now, and all my camera gear I tend to get more often than not from B&H / Adorama / ebay / Amazon / KEH. 

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