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Adelaide - Twin City

Set as My Local Store

Welcome to Twin City Camera House

The business was started in December 1967 as Twin Street Camera Repairs.  We did repairs for other businesses, as well as our own clients and as the business grew, we employed a technician to help with repairs.

In 1981 we moved to a larger premises in Twin Street.  The business grew and we employed another technician and started selling cameras, camera accessories and telescopes. We then expanded the business by taking the shop next door to become a stand alone workshop.  In 1994 we moved to our current location on Grenfell Street and expanded our retail.

We joined Camera House in 2000 and employed more sales staff to handle Pro Cameras and second hand equipment.  In 2005 we opened City Cross Camera House where we sell compact digital cameras and entry level DSLRs.  We also do printing, canvases, frames and albums.

Twin City Camera House is part of over 60 stores Nation Wide that are passionate about photography. Giving us tremendous buying power and expertise.

We have been recognised with the following awards:

  • Camera House Outstanding Member of the Year 2007
  • Canon Award - Top Growth 96.9% Year 2004
  • Ricoh National Dealer of the Year 2005
  • Ricoh National Dealer of the Year 2006
  • Ricoh National Dealer of the Year 2008 Runner Up.

Our services include:

  • Photo Restoration
  • Image Recovery
  • Media Transfer eg tape to DVD
  • Image Editing
  • Camera Service/ Repairs
  • Camera Hire
  • Print from Slides
  • Frames
  • Photographic Training
  • Passport Photos
  • Wedding Photography
  • Burn to CD
  • Sensor Cleaning
  • Image Recovery
  • In-house technician
  • Buy and sell second hand and consignment items
  • Photo gifts
  • Buy and sell antique and collectable cameras
  • Camera courses at exotic locations
  • Educational field trips.
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120 Grenfell Street
( next door to Adelaide Arcade )
Adelaide SA 5000
Ph: +61 8 8223 1050

Trading Hours
Monday 9.00 - 5.00
Tuesday 9.00 - 5.00
Wednesday 9.00 - 5.00
Thursday 9.00 - 5.00
Friday 9.00 - 5.00
Saturday 10.00 - 4.00
Sunday Closed

Ron Pinksterboer

Owner, Manager, Camera Technician, Telescope/Binocular Technician/Salesman

What makes your job rewarding?

Repairing photographic equipment and helping customers understand their camera and telescope equipment.

What's your favourite camera?

The NikonD7100.

What's your passion for photography?

Photographing birds, scenery and my grandchildren.

Other.....

I am proud to be the owner of one of the longest established camera stores in Adelaide.  I have been involved with the camera industry for many years and have trained in Meade Telescopes in the US and also have visited the Panasonic factory in Japan.

Whats on in Adelaide - 1st August - 31st August

The SALA Festival is an annual celebration of South Australian living visual artists. Held every August, literally thousands of artists exhibit in hundreds of venues throughout metropolitan and regional South Australia. Featuring an extraordinary range of exhibition venues, both conventional and unusual, SALA is unique. The art is as diverse as the artists with multiple and mixed medium works, including painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, digital media, moving image, glass, ceramics, textiles and more. SALA is a particularly good launching pad for emerging artists and curators to exhibit outside of their training institution for the first time. While established gallery spaces make an annual commitment to showcasing South Australian artists during the event. SALA Festival has enormous reach which goes way beyond the boundaries of the city with exhibitions in the Adelaide Hills, Clare Valley, Barossa Valley, Eyre Peninsula, Fleurieu Peninsula, Limestone Coast, Riverland and beyond. You can't miss SALA - as you fly into Adelaide Airport during August you'll be greeted by a SALA exhibition and then wherever you travel from the Barossa Valley to McLaren Vale visitors are welcomed by local art.

 

Find out more at : www.salafestival.com