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Where To Buy In Thailand

David Ramsey , Aug 10, 2006; 10:19 a.m.

I will be traveling to Thailand in January. Will need to purchase Dig SLR Body and Lenses. Looking for a Canon retailer in Thailand who speaks English and who you may have had a good experience with or at least feel you can recomend. Thanks in advance for any help.

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Jordan Prussky , Aug 10, 2006; 06:47 p.m.

There are several canon dealerships in Bangkok, but the prices there are more then in north america. My suggestion is buy now, save later

Andy Radin , Aug 10, 2006; 06:54 p.m.

agreed. however if you have to do it there for some reason, there's plenty of info in the comments for Thailand in the "travel" section of this website

Sitthivet Santikarn , Aug 10, 2006; 10:14 p.m.

I bought may Canon gears from Foto File in MBK. They have good price and range of products. Be sure to ask for international warrantee, and VAT refund documents.

Mark HOLLOWAY , Aug 11, 2006; 09:54 a.m.

I too use Foto File in Mah Boon Krong (enter at ground floor, turn left & it's on the LHS). They are very reliable, new equipment, know what they are doing & their prices are around 10% more than US prices.

Don Roos , Aug 22, 2006; 07:34 a.m.

When I was there a few months ago (just before the Tsunami) I found a wonderful place for a gadget freak like me. Maybe you would enjoy it as well and you will almost certainly find cameras to be bought there. The place is called Pantip Plaza on Phetburi / Petchburi Rd in the Pratunam district in Bangkok. 5 floors of electronics shops! Cameras, phones, computers, software (a lot of it illegal), music, any just about anything else you can imagine. I bought a photo archiving device that allowed me to take a whole lot more pictures that I would otherwise have been able to. It had a hard drive to store pictures, a CF slot to allow picture to be copied onto it and a screen to view the pictures. It has sadly lost all it's magic smoke and has had to be replaced but the memories of th Plaza live on.

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