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United Kingdom & Ireland / Buying Lenses Online without Import Charges
« on: April 23, 2013, 08:18:42 AM »
I just wanted to share an amazing experience I had with E-infinity camera store.

In short, I live in the UK, but I wanted to buy the 24-70 II without having to pay the premium UK prices or get slammed with import charges from buying via e bay.

I stumbled across e-infinty (www.e-infin.com) who had pretty darn good prices and promised no import or customs charges (apparently they ship from Hong Kong to their UK warehouse. Then from there to you). Their e bay profile had hundreds of top notch feedback, but their non - e bay store had slightly better prices.

So, I took the plunge and bought from their store. A few of days later they sent me a link to pictures of my lens box before and after being wrapped for Next Day shipping-- which I thought was awesome!

Anyways, long story short, they are legit, the contact I had with them was top notch and my lens and packaging arrived in immaculate shape. I would highly recommend them to anyone and will buy from them again if I make any more major purchases before I move back to the States.

That's it-- just thought I'd share :)

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Canon General / Which eye do you shoot with?
« on: March 13, 2013, 12:35:41 PM »
Just a random question I was thinking about: which eye do you raise the viewfinder to when you're shooting?

I instinctively raise the camera to my left eye and always have. However, I was debating if it'd be worth learning to use my right.

That is, with my right eye still on the viewfinder, in theory I could use my left to look past the camera and survey the scene-- then quickly switch to using my right when I needed to aim, compose, and shoot.

Obviously it's not too important in the grand scheme of things, but I was just curious where you guys stood.

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