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Q: Pro Level Photography Store in Qingdao

I'm having trouble finding a camera shop with high end products. I need a good polarizing filter and the stores I've visited stock low end and entry level products. Also need to replace a tripod damaged by airline. I'm near Mai Dao but don't mind going anywhere in the city.

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4 years 18 weeks ago in  General  - Qingdao

 
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Yahoo-gle on Qingdao photo shop:

 

http://www.myredstar.com/ys-camera-store/

 

Myredstar is Qingdao's expat website looks like.

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ok so when i was a kid, my mom would always take me to this photography shop down on taidong street, where that big "shopping mall" ...im not sure if its still there since i dont live in china anymore lol

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ok so when i was a kid, my mom would always take me to this photography shop down on taidong street, where that big "shopping mall" ...im not sure if its still there since i dont live in china anymore lol

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ok so when i was a kid, my mom would always take me to this photography shop down on taidong street, where that big "shopping mall" ...im not sure if its still there since i dont live in china anymore lol

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ok so when i was a kid, my mom would always take me to this photography shop down on taidong street, where that big "shopping mall" ...im not sure if its still there since i dont live in china anymore lol

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