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ktwo


Jul 3, 2002, 6:50 PM
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Just wondering where you buy your photo stuff from. I have been buying from Inkley's, but they are an overwhelming rip off. I am looking for an online place with low shipping.


eric


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B&H -- www.bhphotovideo.com
Adorama -- www.adorama.com

I've been ordering from B&H for years and they are excellent. Always good prices and great service. I've never found Adorama to be as good, but sometimes their prices are slightly better. But usually I don't bother ordering from anywhere but B&H.


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If you are going for great cudtomer service and not grey market itiems, then I would have to say B&H. They are a little more pricey then many other of the big companies, but they are worth it. If you don't mind grey market products then I would buy the photo magazine with the most adds in it and call around. They are willing to bargain with you. I did the call around thing with my first camera (Rebel G) and was able to get $40 dollars of the cheapest listed price.
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www.keh.com is all you'll ever need. They have a huge selection of used and new equipment. I've purchased 3 cameras from them, and a load of lenses.


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