If you’re a professional photographer in LA, you will be very well aware of the costs and “interesting experiences” involved in accessing all the specialist equipment you need when you need it. Arguably, this is one of the most irritating basic problems with running a photography business – The constant run around and extra expenses.
The good news for LA professional photographers is that somebody has got the message that photographers have to live with a sort of movable feast of technical requirements on an ongoing basis. There’s a company called WHcamera, based in Woodland Hills, which is a virtual one stop shop for quite literally any type of photographic equipment and peripherals you could possibly need, including all top brands of digital cameras.
If you’re used to the usual game of retail hide and seek when trying to find the equipment you need, this company will come as a pleasant surprise. They actually do have everything, and better still, they speak the language of professional photography. If you’re looking for exotic top brand camera lenses, camera lighting, studio equipment, tripods, or any other kind of camera equipment, this is the new go-to place in LA.
Their rental services are pretty good, by any standards. This is a no-fuss, basic click and order service, so if you’re looking for a top of the line DSLR, you’ll find it here. They also have factory-authorized repair services, are very straightforward returns policy, and a healthy emphasis on getting things done ASAP.
The “service factor” is another major plus. It’s not often that you find camera services that already know that you need everything yesterday, and do everything to help you manage times. Also very much the point, they take all major credit cards and PayPal.
Their website here at www.whcamera.com is a virtual inventory of all the latest cameras, well worth a look if you’re shopping around for upgrades for your gear. They also offer trading/ trade up purchasing options, too, another big plus when you’re trying to manage your money and your gear at the same time. Check them out, browse around, and talk to them direct. You’ll be glad you did.