Check out the latest edition of Gear-Mail. The December issue focuses entirely on the savings that are coming to an end on the Canon Cinema EOS products.
The June issue of Gear-Mail is here. Find out about the end of Canon 0% financing, pre-ordering the new Sony A7s 4k camera, our new SmallHD monitor selection, the Freefly MoVI systems, and more.
The April issue of Gear-Mail is here. It may have been a day late but it’s got some content you’ve been waiting for. Check out our post-NAB round up, our new gear pre-order specials, and our latest events and workshops. The April Gear-Mail is right here.
Our last Gear-Mail before CMVS just went out. If you haven’t signed up for Cascade Mountain Video Show yet what are you waiting for! Get to it. It’s going to be a great show. Check out all the details. Post by Eric C. Petrie
This special edition of Gear-Mail is entirely focused on the 2014 Cascade. Mt. Video Show. Click here to view the whole issue.
Gear-Mail January Issue – Cascade Mt. Video Show preview as well as the latest news from the NW video industry. Read the issue here.
Lots of good stuff this month. Black Friday specials, EOS cinema trade-in program, Libec holiday discounts, & more. Read it all here.
About a week ago we published a blog titled “Can a local company compete?”. This was posted on our blog, social networking, and via our Gear-Mail newsletter. The point of the article was very simple. We want to make sure that our customers understand that price is not an issue when it comes to purchasing gear from Professional Video. We want people to know that we sell gear at the same price that you would find on B&H or any other authorized dealer. There is a very large misconception out there that small local shops have to be more expensive then the guys in L.A. or New York that sell you stuff through the internet. That’s not to say that there is anything wrong with B&H or Abel Cine or whomever else. But when it comes to price don’t worry, we’ve got your back, we keep close tabs on the competition, we stay very competitive.
It appears the guys in New York agree. We were replied to via Twitter by a representative that stated “Price competition (is) leveled by auth(orized) distri(bution) MAP (minimum advertised price) & unilateral price rules. There’s more to great retail than price.”
So it would appear that we are in agreement. Partially because of programs set up by the manufactures price is not an issue. There is more to having a great resource to buy your equipment from then price. And we never charge a single cent more for being a great local resource. Please consider your local resources. Post by Eric C. Petrie
The October issue is out. Check it out here.