You should know this as a consumer of products online; that shipping cost may
vary according to the destination and exchange rate.
In the following guide we will review eight comprehensive suppliers of digital
cameras in South Africa. I shall also supply you with a how to guide, to help assist you when
purchasing a new or used digital camera. One of the tips on this guide being that as a consumer you
should not by any means trust websites which are impartial on their reviews; you deserve to be
supplied with proof and evidence not mere opinion when it comes to a product. So be careful of
brand cheerleaders. On that note let us look into the first supplier of digital cameras in South
Our first runner up in the list of suppliers of digital cameras in South Africa
is Take2. On their website you will be supplied with a wide range of electronic equipment. On their
digital camera section, you will have a choice of different brands from Samsung, Sony, Canon, hp
and others. They have a reasonable shipping cost, which is R29.00 ($4.14) within any place in South
Africa (upon publication of this article there was free shipping within South Africa for any order
above R350.00 ($50.00).
Outside the country the price will be dictated by the exchange rate at that time.
You should also keep an eye out for special; promotions on given products available on this site.
Pay the site a visit at Take2.co.za. The only problem I had with the site was the feeling of being crowded, with
everything being everywhere. Other than that, they have quite a lot in their
The next supplier of digital cameras in South Africa we
will be looking into will be Digital Planet. They have a lot of digital and multimedia products
within their arsenal; ranging from games, movies, music, hardware, software, cameras, notebooks,
laptops, personal computers and palmtops. But we are obviously interested in
their digital camera
section; of which in it they
have brands like Olympus, Nikon, Sony, HP, Canon, Fuji and Genius.
You have on this site at your
disposal, a digital catalogue from which you can search their inventory by brand name. You can also
refine your search by choosing the price range between which you are willing to pay and by
category. Give the site a try at digitalplanet.co.za. The site is user friendly and when searching
for something they always come up with exactly what you are looking for, if they have it on
Digital World is another one of the suppliers of digital
cameras in South Africa. They offer a wide variety of camcorders, digital cameras, accessories
and lenses. They also have a full warranty policy on their products and a delivery system you can
Brands of digital cameras
they have include Sony, Pentax, Panasonic, Nikon, Kodak, Fuji, Casio and others. Prices range from
the cheapest at the time of publication of this article being a Casio EX Z16 at R1 079.00
($154.00), and the high end price camera being a Pentax K5 with 18-55mm lens at R19
349.00($2764.14). To view their digital catalogues go to
Kalahari.net is an online outlet which specializes not only on books as it has
been critically acclaimed for but also for DVD’s, gaming and software products as well as
here to check out the range of
cameras that they have.
Steps On How To Buy A Digital
When making a purchase of a digital
camera you should understand that as much as brand names may seem all sparkly and
wonderful, an inexpensive no brand name camera may also do the job you need done, at a
hope this article is of great assistance to you on gaining knowledge pertaining suppliers of
digital cameras in South Africa. The listed outlets have received good ratings and reviews from
many different consumers, including yours truly.
You can go onto price check to compare the different prices on different brands
of digital cameras from varying outlets. If you are up for it you can also go onto smokoo to bid
for the digital cameras available there, both new and used ones. Amazon.com also has digital
cameras for sale in its inventory, with shipping cost being determined by your position on the