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Camera Stores in Copenhagen

J. Mose , Aug 22, 2002; 03:42 a.m.


I'm in Copenhagen for the week. Could someone inform me of any camera stores that sell used large format equipment? Thanks.

JP Mose


Anders Nygaard , Aug 22, 2002; 04:54 a.m.

Take a look in "Photographica". The address is Skindergade 41, 1159 Copenhagen K. It is in the city centre, right behind the pedestrian street "Strøget". They usually have a large amount of used LF equipment, but tends to be rather expensive. But often I have found some good stuff at acceptable prices. Their used equipment is on the first floor.

If you need directions, let me know where you stay, and I will help you.

Have fun


Soeren Engelbrecht , Aug 22, 2002; 05:12 a.m.

Their website (with stocks and prices) is at www.photografica.com. I agree, that they are about the only serious LF shop in town.

Anders Nygaard , Aug 22, 2002; 05:45 a.m.

The website is www.photographica.com, not www.photografica.com. Their website is actually not worth much. Not everything is listed, and as I remember you need to register to see the inventory.


Soeren Engelbrecht , Aug 22, 2002; 10:54 a.m.

Don't want to start a war here, but it *is* with an "f" :-) Spelled with "ph" you reach some sort of very outdated marketplace. Do it with an "f" and you get to the most serious shop in Copenhagen. I don't know if everything is listed, but there is a lot. And you don't need to register. Or just pop by the shop, since you're in town anyway :-)

Dan Fromm , Aug 22, 2002; 12:05 p.m.

It works with an 'f'. The used large-format section includes a "Linhof 25/3.5 Zeiss." If it isn't a Luminar, what could it be?



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