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Anything close to Adorama in Europe?

Yuri Demianov , Jul 08, 2005; 07:22 p.m.

Hi. Maybe I just don't know how to search the net. I want to buy the Nikon D70s and maybe Minolta's Dimage Elite 5400 II film scanner. I bought stuff from Adorama a few times before but one reason I don't want to buy the equipment mentioned above is the voltage difference. I need 220V adapters. Is there an Internet photo equipment shop in Europe? (in English please) Thank you.

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Mag Miksch , Jul 08, 2005; 07:58 p.m.

I buy from session7.com

Yaron Kidron , Jul 09, 2005; 12:53 a.m.

Yuri, i'm curious. A good power converter (the scanner's wattage is minimal!) will cost you peanuts. Even when you factor in shipping, customs, etc, it's still cheaper to buy it in the USA.

Peter Meade , Jul 10, 2005; 03:12 a.m.

try 7dayshop

Winfried Buechsenschuetz , Jul 11, 2005; 06:56 a.m.

There are many internet shops for photo gear in Europe, but at least none of the german ones comes close to Adorama or B&H. Also, usually they have their online catalogues only in the language of their country, and some will not accept overseas orders.

However, just a few german ones:

www.foto-brenner.de

www.foto-walser.com

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