Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Photos inside a Tokyo camera store, part 2

Today I was over at Akihabara and stopped by the huge Yodobashi Camera there.  It is even bigger than the one at Shinjuku.  Multiple floors with various kinds of electronic gizmos.  The 3rd floor is all camera related stuff.  It is like going into a large supermarket.  Here is the Sony A77 with 6 lenses for you to play with and even mount on your own camera:
On the other end of this display behind me is a big section with the Sony A65 and 5-6 more lenses.

Here is the tripod section.  It is a little hard to tell in this photo, but I am standing near the front of two aisles of tripods in 4 sections going all the way back to the wall:
A few days ago someone who had visited Japan mentioned how he went into one of the big camera stores at Ikebukuro or Shinjuku and was amazed that the tripod section was bigger than the whole camera store he worked in back home. lol

I should have taken a photo of the camera bag section.  They had 3 long aisles filled from floor to the top with every type, size, and color of camera bag that you could ever imagine.

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