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Don’t even get me started on B&H. I have spent more money on B&H over the last ten years than I care to remember. And you know what? It’s been worth every penny. B&H deliver at lightening speed, and have the largest selection of camera gear, not to mention, audio, video among others, than any online store I use. Their prices are always the lowest around in my experience, and they have knowledgeable staff on the end of the phone to help, when you need them. You just can’t go wrong with B&H.
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I use only Breathing Color inkjet media for my fine art printing. In my opinion there simply is nothing that comes even close on the market.
When it comes to service and range of goods, Outdoor Photo Gear are hard to beat. I buy most of my Outdoor Gear and much of my photography gear from them, and I have never had a problem with their service yet. I did once buy something that I was disappointed with, but OPG took it back straight away, and gave me a refund without question. These guys really know how to look after you, and they will.
Everybody loves Amazon. Even from Japan, I put in an Amazon.com order every so often, and I use Amazon.co.jp almost weekly. Great service and a great selection of products. I even buy some of my computer and photography related things from Amazon now.
I’ve been using Backblaze to protect my photographs, video and pretty much every other digital file I own for many years. I currently have over 6TB of data uploaded to the cloud on Backblaze, and it still only costs me less than $50 per year. The setup is simple and it runs in the background protecting your digital world. The Backblaze catchline says it all—Backup, before you wish you had!