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ALL BASES: Saul (left) and Howard Frank say Camera Electronic’s new consumer-oriented shop complements its Stirling Street sales and service centre for professionals and enthusiasts. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Customer focus keeps Camera Electronic in the picture

At a time when bricks and mortar retailers are facing an online onslaught, and with just about every person on the street having a camera in their pocket, Camera Electronic is fighting back, opening a new store in the CBD.

Camera Electronic recently opened its second Perth store, in the heart of the CBD on Murray Street, with the new outlet complementing the family-owned retailer’s Stirling Street headquarters, which celebrated its 20th year in operation in January.

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Victoria Park
What a wonderful family tradition. I can remember purchasing my first 21/4 square enlarger in North Perth from them in 1969. Best of luck in your new venture. Yes, the enlarger still works!

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