Precision Camera and Video opens new South Austin pop-up

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Precision Camera and Video's new location will offer a range of imaging products. (Courtesy Precision Camera and Video)

Precision Camera and Video's new location will offer a range of imaging products. (Courtesy Precision Camera and Video)

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Precision Camera and Video ATX South will be located at 1901 W. William Cannon Drive, Austin. (Courtesy Precision Camera and Video)
Precision Camera and Video will open a pop-up store at 1901 W. William Cannon Drive, Austin, according to a Jan. 2 press release. The new shop—which will be known as Precision Camera and Video ATX South—will sell imaging products, offer classes and purchase used photo equipment. An official opening date has not been set, but owners are tentatively planning a soft opening for Jan. 4 and a grand opening event for Jan. 18.


Precision Camera and Video's original location is 2438 W. Anderson Lane, Ste. B4, Austin, and the store has operated for 44 years. www.presicioncameraATX.com
By Olivia Aldridge

Reporter, Central Austin

Olivia joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in March 2019. She covers public health, business, development and Travis County government. A graduate of Presbyterian College in South Carolina, Olivia worked as a reporter and producer for South Carolina Public Radio before moving to Texas. Her work has appeared on NPR and in the New York Times.



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