In addition to the wide range of cameras, camcorders and photographic accessories such as image capture technology, video editing/post-production suites, video converters, lenses, lights and microphones, Jessops
also carries a range of branded and Jessops-branded binoculars and telescopes, all of which you'll find online at the Jessops website
also retails a huge range of camera bags, holsters, straps, lens cases, cleaning/maintenance products and more. Jessops also retails an extensive range of mounting and display equipment, which includes; projectors, projection screens, magnifiers, photographic frames, photo albums and other photo storage systems.
At Jessops website
you'll find literally hundreds of cameras and thousands of other photographic products and camera accessories, such as lenses (autofocus, manual focus and tele-converter/zoom lenses), flashguns and flash accessories, a wide range of filters, tripods and camera supports.
You'll also discover plenty for the studio too, and Jessops sells a number of studio lighting systems and its Portaflash studio kits. Jessops also sells everything for the darkroom too, including enlargers, darkroom kits, photographic paper, chemicals, tints and dyes, colour and black and white negative and slide film. Jessops website
caters for professional and amateur alike, and top quality service, together with your satisfaction, is guaranteed.
was one of the first photographic retailers to carry digital camera technology when it emerged in the late 1980's and now retails a wide range of the latest digital cameras ranging in price from under £40 to almost £10,000.
Jessops also provides customers with the opportunity to buy or exchange quality pre-owned cameras (traditional and digital), lenses, flashguns, video cameras and a range of other photographic equipment at competitive prices.
Jessops has up to 28,000 items of pre-owned stock listed on a computerised database, which is updated daily from which products can be accessed through Jessops
' stores, the Jessops mail order service and via the Jessops website.