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Good camera store in Chongqing, China?

 
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Sep 10, 2009 22:32 |  #1

I'm currently in Chongqing, China and I'm wondering if there are any decent camera stores here? One of my camera bags is torned and I need to get a new bag. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!




  
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Sep 10, 2009 23:51 |  #2

Here is a web site

I have received some pretty good answers to my questions on this forum. Good luck.

http://community.trave​lchinaguide.com/forum.​asp (external link)

If you cannot find a new bag, you could probably have the old one repaired or copied at a local tailor.


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Sep 11, 2009 19:43 |  #3

Thx!




  
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Sep 12, 2009 17:19 as a reply to  @ lsquare's post |  #4

I have never been to Chongqing, but I lived in Beijing for nine months and traveled all through the south. Your best bet will probably be some of the big electronics stores. There is one called 国美电器 that I have seen around a lot, another called 大中电器 (its logo is a D with a bell in the middle), and there is one more I think is called Suo Yi but i forget the characters. These are big stores (think bestbuy sized) and should have a pretty good selection of bags. I am not sure if you speak any Chinese, but if you don't you should probably bring someone who does with you to these stores (or you could just point at the torn camera bag and communicate with hand gestures...worked for me :) )

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