Richard S. wrote:Newegg for computer stuff, B&H for A/V.
There's two common scams that most of those shady places use. They'll offer a product for a really low price and then run you around for weeks after you pay them about it not being in stock or whatever. After a while they'll offer you another product or your money back. The other scam is they'll offer something like Canon DSLR and make it look like it's full package except what they offering is just the camera body which is in the fine print. No lens, no strap, no battery etc.
RMA wrote:They were lightning fast in their service and they send me an embarrassingly large catalogue every so often...
I have a Sony Handycam that, according to a local shop, needs a CCD. But he wants $180 to fix it. It's a nice camera, but not THAT nice.