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Old Yesterday, 18:22   #241
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I bought a DSLR which I bought from Jessops in 2013 just after they reopened. I do use it often and have a few lenses for it. However due to various personal issues I have decided to sell it all as I need the cash. It's a shame that they are struggling again.
As with so many other things, times have changed. Photography is not as technical as it used to be. Full reviews of products are available on the internet, with fully details of features. You don't need a specialist camera shop to buy a camera.
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Sign of the times I suppose... any way another British owned company being sold off to foreign investors a good or bad thing.


https://news.sky.com/story/greene-ki...eover-11789261
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Sign of the times I suppose... any way another British owned company being sold off to foreign investors a good or bad thing.


https://news.sky.com/story/greene-ki...eover-11789261
Doesn't sound like they had much choice.
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CK Asset Holdings, founded by Hong Kong's richest man Li Ka-shing, will pay 2.7bn for the 220-year old brewery company and take on its debt, worth an additional 1.9bn.
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