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Nikon in Hanoi Vietnam

olof lenardic , Sep 07, 2005; 11:01 a.m.

Hi, I need some help about the Nikon dealers in Hanoi Vietnam. I tried to find this information on the web, but no luck so far. I found though a dealer "Ngoc Camera" in HCM. I would be very greatful for some information... Many thanks, Olof

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Nguyen Cuong , Sep 07, 2005; 11:19 a.m.

You can go to 14 Ham Long Str, Phuong Lien company. It is a distibutor - but the price is somewhat high. Dealers can be found in Hang Trong str.; you can find a good one: Mr. Khoa at 77 Hang Trong.

Say Cuong sends you to him :)

Good luck,

nkcuong

Jeff Spirer , Sep 07, 2005; 11:55 a.m.

Prices I saw in Hanoi when I was there for any camera equipment were not that good. The more reasonably priced stuff is grey market and may not be warranteed. Also, there are a lot of "replica" goods in Vietnam coming from sourthern China. Sometimes it's a good deal - I bought a rolling "Adidas" bag for $7 that has lasted almost two years now. But I wouldn't buy photo equipment there.

Tran Duy Hung , Sep 07, 2005; 09:09 p.m.

I think Phuong Lien. Co now have new adress: 116 Trieu Viet Vuong- Hanoi. Tel: (4) 9783 767

Nguyen Cuong , Sep 08, 2005; 01:21 a.m.

Are you sure? They just moved to Ham Long 2 months ago...

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