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    Re: Online Shopping

    Quote Originally Posted by Nero View Post
    So, i'm probably going to get a Z6 soon and I can see that I can get a way better deal online than from any of the local stores. I just want to know 2 things:

    1) Which do you find better: Adorama or B&H?

    2) I assume the prices shown are in US dollars so can I just convert the final amount to Canadian and know for sure that that's what I'm paying and that's it?

    Thanks in advance guys.
    Considering all official Nikon retailers have the same pricing, how is the deal that much better online than in person? Sales tax aside.


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    Re: Online Shopping

    For personal reasons, I use neither of these stores any more. They are located in one of the states that I choose to not conduct business in. Yes there are others, too.

    And as Marcel brought up, is the savings really worth the potential service and support problems you might encounter? I would think that there would be a couple of really good camera shops in Canada.

    Tangentially, my recent purchases have been in person with a shop in Central Florida. I've gotten to know the owners very well. (I try to go at off-peak times so that we have time to visit and aren't rushed.) As a result, I've been given premiums from the store when I make camera body and lens purchases. It's one of their ways of rewarding me for repeat purchases from them, and is greatly appreciated by me.

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    Re: Online Shopping

    Quote Originally Posted by Whiskeyman View Post
    For personal reasons, I use neither of these stores any more. They are located in one of the states that I choose to not conduct business in. Yes there are others, too.

    And as Marcel brought up, is the savings really worth the potential service and support problems you might encounter? I would think that there would be a couple of really good camera shops in Canada.

    Tangentially, my recent purchases have been in person with a shop in Central Florida. I've gotten to know the owners very well. (I try to go at off-peak times so that we have time to visit and aren't rushed.) As a result, I've been given premiums from the store when I make camera body and lens purchases. It's one of their ways of rewarding me for repeat purchases from them, and is greatly appreciated by me.

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