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Welcome to Vermont Camera Works!

 

To Our Customers

 

In response to the current pandemic we are taking our responsibility to our fellow citizens seriously.  Our duty right now is not to get infected with this virus.  If we do there is a good chance 6-10 other people will be exposed and contract the virus as well.  That means that we all have to keep our distance for now.

 

Therefore we will be closed to the walk-in public for the foreseeable future. We will continue to take in cameras for repair and sell equipment through our website www.vermontcamera.com.  You can email us at vcw@vermontcamera.com or call 802-483-9357 to discuss your repair or an item you wish to purchase.  If you do decide to send us something don’t worry your equipment will be safe.  We are in the building!

To pick up equipment please call during business hours and we will make arrangements for payment and pickup.

 

Thank you, and please stay healthy.

 

Best,

Jim and Liz

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We are a fully equipped, camera repair facility in central Vermont. We take great pride in our work and take the time and effort to do the kind of job you expect.

Vermont Camera Works is family owned and staffed.  We have been in business in Vermont since October 1984.  We repair all makes and models of  cameras, lenses and other photographic equipment.  We specialize on older film classics including Leica, Nikon, Zeiss, Rollei, Voightlander and others. We also buy and sell equipment and have a good selection of collectible and preowned cameras.

If your favorite camera has a problem give us a try.  You can contact us by email or phone.  We’ll be happy to answer your questions.

We have many antique cameras and accessories. Many of our customers say we should open a museum!  From glass plates to 4×5 glass slide projectors, old images to antique meters, wooden cameras to Kodak Brownies; we may have what you are looking for.  Give us try!

Have a look at our web site. If you’re ever in Vermont, please stop by and say hello.Vermont is a great place to visit any time of the year.  We would be happy to show what we have, give you directions to our four covered bridges, sell you a dozen eggs and if you come at the right time of year you can see our new born lambs.

After 35 years we are looking to continue life’s journey in other possible ways.  We are now only be open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10am to 5pm.  Our web business will continue as normal and you can always reach us through this site.

Best,

Jim and Liz