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Camera Center, Orlando
(1/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • These guys are rogues and will rip you off do not use, they sell over priced junk. They sold lens covers for $220.00 really ? $30 on AMAZON and will also try and sell you a wide angle lens from a make...  more »
  • Coming to the end of my holiday I found a flyer in my hotel for Camcentre, I was after a canon full frame camera. I was totally ripped off and I feel very angry and stupid. The guys in the shop appear...  more »
  • I was ripped off,and I knew I was being ripped off,but I had no choice.They charged me $63.00 for a used charger.I was desperate,it was late,and I couldn't find my hotel.They took advantage and overch...  more »
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  • If you like wasting your money to con men, this is the place to be. They take advantage of foreigners and tourists in this area, and try to deceive you into putting your trust in them. Don't. All they want is your hard-earned money. I went here looking for an apple lightning cable which, in the UK, costs £25. I was disgusted at their attempt to charge me $70, for a most certain fake cable that didn't even come in the correct packaging (or any packaging for that matter). As soon as I told them what a waste of money it was, the price dropped. Obviously they were just making up their own prices to rip people off. Eventually I managed to barter and get the price at $50 and due to desperation, I had no other choice but to waste my money.
  • August 28,2016.Desparate for a Tom Tom charger.Just arrived from the airport from Italy.Tired.Exhausted.I had my Tom Tom but forgot the charger.Drove around International drive in Orlando.It was Sunday evening.Everthing closed .(stores).So happy to have found this store called Camera Center opened.The man sold me a Tom Tom charger for $63.00 (including tax).He EVEN gave me a discount(ha),He had asked for $65.!! I saw on internet that the product should cost around 30.Not only that,but it was not new.They should be reported.They are con artists.They took advantage Of the fact that I seemed so Desparate .Buyers beware
  • I really hadn't planned at stopping at this place, but stopped next door to look at something else. I had forgotten to grab a HDMI cord for my trip, so figured perhaps they might have a cheap one on hand. First thing I noticed about the store that it seemed rather dirty and many of the boxes were very faded on a lot of things in the store. Eh, no big deal, though. So, just walking around and looking through the cables for HDMI cables. I finally spot some, which were name brand, which really wasn't what I was looking for as I could go to Wal-mart and just get one there for about $8-12. The person working there had to be alerted that there was even a customer in the store by someone else and when he walked over, my girlfriend asked about a "cheapie" HDMI. He gets very offended very quickly and says "What's a cheapie?" I explained I was just looking to see the price on his cheapest HDMI cable. He immediately grabs one off the shelf, and tells me $25. I almost fell over laughing right away. I was willing to pay a reasonable price, but not $25 for a single cable. Not to mention that the one he grabbed wasn't even a standard HDMI cable, but a standard to mini cable. I simply told him I wasn't interested and was about to walk out. He then said $20 and said I still did not want it. Told him that we were just looking because we meant to bring one and forget. He said, "That's at home, you're here." He then asked what I wanted to pay, $5? (Which hey...I didn't expect that cheap at least on a name brand.) He said, "Maybe you go to McDonalds. Maybe they sell one that cheap." I just bit my tongue and began to walk out and then he made a snide remark of, "You made me get up for nothing." Really? I made you get up to see about a possible sale? You know, actually having to get up and do your job? That would be soooo hard to do, I'm sure. We both just walked out and left. Definitely not worth the time in visiting anytime soon. I would avoid this place like the plague. They are very rude and I have a bad feeling about their cameras and lenses. There is a Grey Market out there, but I don't even think they are buying from overseas. I have a sinking feeling that their stuff is actually fake. Certain? No, but just a gut feeling.
  • Buyers BEWARE, I wish I had seen the reviews before I went there. The prices get made up as they go along, they get you to trust them and then rip you off big-time. Don't sign their forms as you sign away any consumer rights you may have had, record the visit if you can and pay by credit card. As far as I can tell they are not authorised Sony dealers, nothing is priced, I got ripped off by about 250 dollars paying 490USD for something I could have got for less than 230USD in the USA or around 190USD in the UK. Forget about going back to complain, they are to unscrupulous to bother with you. They should score zero stars but that is not an option.
  • I wish I had seen the reviews before coming in. Please DO NOT give them your money. I was in dire need of an off camera flash for a shoot and they charged twice the price of what it actually costs online. It's all lies to get your money.