RedShark has teamed up with Adorama

Written by RedShark News Staff

Adorama

RedShark is extremely happy to announce a new partnership with highly respected US based supplier Adorama

At RedShark, we make no secret of the fact that we publish sponsored articles, as well as hosting adverts for companies that support us. If we didn't earn revenue like this, we wouldn't be able to bring you the reviews, stories and breaking news that we do, several times a day, all year round. We are always open with our readers about these things.

Right now we are extremely pleased to announce that we are partnering with Adorama to provide the latest prices on video and camera gear. For those who are unfamiliar with the company, Adorama has been in the business for over 35 years and is one of the most respected suppliers of video and film kit of all levels in the industry, supplying products to over 200 countries worldwide. Adorama is listed as one of the top five electronics retailers by Consumer Reports, “Best of the Web” by Forbes.com, and in the Internet Retailers Top 100.

Adorama is a long-term commercial supporter of RedShark and we know the team there very well. We would always encourage our readers to research all their purchases thoroughly, but we know that Adorama will be competitive on price and delivery, and any purchase that is made through RedShark helps us to continue providing the sort of content that you enjoy.

All pricing links will be clear and obvious at the end of articles featuring items available from Adorama. We assure you that we will never carry Adword related hyperlinks, a method we believe to be underhand and misleading.

Our relationship with Adorama is commercial but it will not affect our editorial objectivity. Rest assured that we will always give you our honest opinion on products and for what they may - or may not - be suitable for.

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