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Panasonic Lumix TZ10 - Camerabox.co.uk - £194.99

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TZ-10 camera £194.99. Cheaper than amazon! :) Read More
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TZ-10 camera £194.99. Cheaper than amazon! :)
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#1
rather buy from amazon as this will be an import
#2
royals
rather buy from amazon as this will be an import


I very much doubt that, do you have any proof to support your statement?
#3
try googling the vendor's name and "credit card" & see what you come up with!
1 Like #4
Add to that, I would not want to buy from a manufacturer that updates it's firmware to force you to use overpriced original batteries.
1 Like #5
royals
rather buy from amazon as this will be an import

+1
#6
warning - tempting price is not everything on the net -- this site
#7
I wouldn't touch this company with a barge pole. Tried to order this very phone for a special Safari holiday. Camerabox kept promising next day delivery, finally arrived day after I left. When the camera arrived it was badly packaged and the memory card just stuck on a piece of cardboard. Didn't seem the real thing. Thank goodness paid through pay pal and got my money back.
#8
I wouldn't touch this company with a barge pole. Tried to order this very phone for a special Safari holiday. Camerabox kept promising next day delivery, finally arrived day after I left. When the camera arrived it was badly packaged and the memory card just stuck on a piece of cardboard. Didn't seem the real thing. Thank goodness paid through pay pal and got my money back.
#9
Yep check company reviews terrible company
#10
Cheaper on other sites.
banned#11
New models coming out so this will get cheaper and cheaper...
#12
For anyone going to the USA this is called the DMC-ZS7 it can be got for around £130 and the 29min 59sec AVCHD recording limit in European versions (more than 30min recording classes it as a video camera) is not activated and the charger is multi voltage.
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spock1958
Add to that, I would not want to buy from a manufacturer that updates it's firmware to force you to use overpriced original batteries.


Nonsense! Plenty of fully software compliant compatibles around from about £7.50.

You seem very out of touch spock1958 - you keep posting spoiler comments which are just plain wrong. Please check your facts before you mislead people.

Here's an Energizer one for starters:

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=110459






Edited By: Besford on Mar 07, 2011 09:02: added link
#14
Besford
spock1958
Add to that, I would not want to buy from a manufacturer that updates it's firmware to force you to use overpriced original batteries.
Nonsense! Plenty of fully software compliant compatibles around from about £7.50.You seem very out of touch spock1958 - you keep posting spoiler comments which are just plain wrong. Please check your facts before you mislead people.Here's an Energizer one for starters:http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=110459

Thanks for that Besford, want to get a Panasonic (TZ8 or TZ18) and that comment had me worried. Probably going to get the camera from a reputable company and pay a few pennies more, peace of mind is priceless on that amount of money :-)
#15
VOID Camerabox !!!
#16
sparkwire
Besford
spock1958
Add to that, I would not want to buy from a manufacturer that updates it's firmware to force you to use overpriced original batteries.
Nonsense! Plenty of fully software compliant compatibles around from about £7.50.You seem very out of touch spock1958 - you keep posting spoiler comments which are just plain wrong. Please check your facts before you mislead people.Here's an Energizer one for starters:http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=110459


Thanks for that Besford, want to get a Panasonic (TZ8 or TZ18) and that comment had me worried. Probably going to get the camera from a reputable company and pay a few pennies more, peace of mind is priceless on that amount of money :-)


Have a look at pricing on the TZ9 too. It's a DSG only model (Currys, PCW, Dixons) but has the larger, better screen of the TZ10 without the unnecessary bits (for most) like GPS. I have the TZ10 but would have been very happy with a TZ9. Has been just under £200 for a while but I suspect it will fall like the other 2010 models. TZ18 doesn't appear to offer much more except a higher price!

Edited By: Besford on Mar 07, 2011 14:16
#17
Besford
spock1958
Add to that, I would not want to buy from a manufacturer that updates it's firmware to force you to use overpriced original batteries.


Nonsense! Plenty of fully software compliant compatibles around from about £7.50.

You seem very out of touch spock1958 - you keep posting spoiler comments which are just plain wrong. Please check your facts before you mislead people.

Here's an Energizer one for starters:

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=110459


Read this. Feel free to ignore my warning, but would you want to take the risk? I can't see anything on the 7 Day shop page that GUARANTEES that Panasonic firmware will not render the battery useless.

I didn't realise that people were such 'fans' of my posts, that they read them so thoroughly to say that I KEEP posting spoiler comments.

Edited By: spock1958 on Mar 07, 2011 14:52: addition
#18
spock1958
Besford
spock1958
Add to that, I would not want to buy from a manufacturer that updates it's firmware to force you to use overpriced original batteries.


Nonsense! Plenty of fully software compliant compatibles around from about £7.50.

You seem very out of touch spock1958 - you keep posting spoiler comments which are just plain wrong. Please check your facts before you mislead people.

Here's an Energizer one for starters:

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=110459


Read this. Feel free to ignore my warning, but would you want to take the risk? I can't see anything on the 7 Day shop page that GUARANTEES that Panasonic firmware will not render the battery useless.

I didn't realise that people were such 'fans' of my posts, that they read them so thoroughly to say that I KEEP posting spoiler comments.


I have a TZ10, I have several different non-original batteries, they all work fine. The underlying issue is potentially valid but has been overcome for some time.
#19
Camerabox are widely known to deal with HK imports. Just google it.
#20
O.o I'm scared now. I've canceled my order. Damn, I better get my money back. Didn't realise how bad they were >.<

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