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Cameras to Europe

Hello guys,

which shop is sending cameras to Europe ? I wont buy Canon S2 IS on-line in US shop and recive it in Europe.

Maybe someone know how much cost sending camera to Europe ?

I'm waiting for answers.

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Almost none.

In reply to: Cameras to Europe

And certainly stay out of those in NJ, US...

The problem here has many facets. Here's just a few.

1. The camera will not have a warranty.

2. The money issue can be solved, but you are likely to be upset over their rules.

3. No one can guarantee delivery to some countries. Unless you pay up for the better courier or such services which just packs on the dollars to the costs.

Why not buy local?

Bob

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costs

In reply to: Almost none.

Because in Poland cameras are expensive. For example S2 in USA - 430$, in Poland 625$.

Buying in USA i save ~200$.

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Not much savings.

In reply to: costs

Since you have no warranty and may incur heavy shipping and other fees, my bet is you don't save anything. Factor in a phone call and it's a wipeout.

Bob

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