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Would you buy a gray market camera?

 
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Jul 12, 2015 17:09 |  #31

photoguy6405 wrote in post #17629168 (external link)
FWIW, my insurer will cover my camera and computer equipment, but they won't touch a cell phone of any kind.


I tend to think of cell phones as disposable technology. Not surprised that they don't want a part of that. Sure, you paid $600 for that phone. Doesn't mean that it won't be obsolete in 6 months. The premium you are paying is for 'latest and greatest'. Same could be said for cameras and associated equipment. However, I think bodies might hold just a little more value over time than cell phones (which are yesterday's tech, the day after you buy it).



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Jul 13, 2015 00:24 |  #32

Canon yes. nikon no.


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Jul 20, 2015 22:17 |  #33

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Canon yes. nikon no.


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Aug 01, 2015 23:30 |  #34

I bought 2 Fuji cameras from eBay (as new) with international warranty. I believe that Fuji offers 1 year warranty on their cameras - both have past that period and continue to work fine - I guess I am at par with US warranted cameras at at lot less.....


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