Oklahoma City

Bedford Camera & Video announced the opening of their 6th location, and their first store in Oklahoma. Located in Oklahoma City, Bedford’s has purchased Epperson Photo-Video, located at 3110 N. May Ave.

Bedford Camera & Video reopened the store, that once held Epperson Photo on Monday July 2nd. Customers will see a larger variety of products and manufacturers, like Canon, Nikon, Sony, and ProMaster as well as new and expanded lines of camera bags, tripods, lighting and other accessories. Bedford’s photofinishing and digital imaging services will be expanded also, including a newly remodeled, comfortable kiosk area for ordering prints, gifts and more.

Bedford Camera and Video is an authorized dealer for most photographic brands, like Nikon, Canon, Sony, Olympus, Fuji, ProMaster, and more, including many that may be new to the Oklahoma City area. Bedford’s sell only full factory warranty products… not resold, class B or gray market items…and always at great prices.

Randy Taylor, of Taylor Made Photography, said “I have used Bedford Camera for many years and have always been impressed with their product selection and their customer service. The staff has always gone out of their way make sure I was satisfied and had the best product.”

For the third month in a row, Oklahoma City is at the top of the “On Numbers Economic Index,” put out by The Business Journals. The index measures the relative economic vitality of more than 100 metropolitan areas that have more than 500,000 residents. This month, Oklahoma City came in ahead of Austin (No. 2), Tulsa (No. 3) and Houston (No. 4)

Oklahoma City is widely known for its keys to success:

  • Keep the unemployment rate below 5 percent.
  • Ignore the recession and continue adding jobs.
  • Boost workers’ pay by more than 10 percent over a span of five years.
  • Increase the value of local housing.
 Questions or comments, you can contact the Oklahoma City store at 405-943-1047.

2 Responses

  1. Jo Rahn
    Jo Rahn
    19 March, 2013 at 1:52 pm · Reply

    Jed Castles has suggested I ask you about B & W negatives. The ones I have are near 70 years old. Family pics I would love to have.Do you think it would be possible? Thank you

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