Old cameras collecting dust or taking up valuable storage space?
We take Trade-ins!
Plus, your trade is worth an extra 12% because it reduces the PST/GST on your new purchase today!
Bring in your old film or digital camera gear and trade up to a new camera or buy that accessory you've been wanting. We take a great variety of camera equipment in for trade.
On most days, we can do in-store evaluations in minutes. However, there are times when a trade-in evaluation may take a little longer such as if the store is busy, or if you are bringing unique or multiple items that may require extra time. Please note: some municipality bylaws restrict us from accepting trade-ins during evening - please feel free to contact us for more info. We carefully inspect your items to ensure they're in good working condition and review your trade with our head office evaluation experts to ensure fair and current values. This also helps us ensure that the customer buying your trade-in will be happy with their purchase.
We consider most digital cameras, SLR film cameras and lenses, flash and other related equipment. Regretfully, we do not take video cameras, many older point-and-shoot film cameras or older digital cameras because they may have very limited value in today's market.
Prior to your visit:
- Feel free to contact us via email or by calling any of our stores.
- Do come in before 5:00pm to ensure the trade-in can be processed prior to the cut-off time as required by municipal second-hand bylaws.
- Remember to bring in the chargers, cables and other accessories.
- Any quote we provide vie email/phone are estimates. We cannot provide precise values without physically examining the item/s.
- Since we need to comply with city bylaws and other regulations, our values may significantly differ when compared to selling your item through third party sites.
- We are required by municipal bylaws to obtain personal information from your photo identification and to submit to the appropriate authorities when items are traded in.
How do we determine values?
We'd love to hear from you.