BH photo video
The B&H Photo Video is a well-known photo and video equipment store that situated in the city of Manhattan, New York City. It was opened in 1973 and achieves lots of popularity in a matter of years. In the United States, the BH Photo Video is the biggest non-chain photo & video equipment store. The major products sell by this location are cameras, electronics items, videos, films, computers, and many more.
It was opened as a film shop in the year 1973 in Tribeca, but the owners moved the location after some years to the West 17th Street. This popular shop now located near the Hell’s Kitchen, Manhattan.
BH Photo Video Important Information
The main target of the company is the professional photographers and videographers. Over 5,000 customers visit this shop in a day. However, the majority of their sales came from the internet and the corporate world. There is a warehouse owned by the shop owners in the Brooklyn Navy Yard that situated in Williamsburg. The owner of this shop is Herman Schreiber, but the majority of store employees are Jewish, and that’s why it stays closed on the majority of Jewish holidays. The site of this shop stay open on all days of the week, but they don’t ship orders between Friday evening and Saturday evening. There are more than 2,000 people employed in this store making them one of the biggest employers in the area.
The shop divided into two floors. The second floor was opened in 2007 by the shop management. The things like binoculars, home & portable equipment, professional lighting, darkroom stuff, and scopes are available on the first floor. On the other hand, the second floor has stuff related to the computers, photography, scanners, tripods, etc.