Question about Cameras
Purchased in Australia
I don't see what could be the problem. Samsung only want you to register your camera, so they can tell you when there is an update for the cameras firmware. They will ask you where you bought the camera, but they won't say you can't register when you are in another country.
I bought some Nikon stuff in another country while on holidays, I registered it in my own country and got full warranty for two years. I even had to go to a service centre and the stuff was repaired under the warranty of free.
Posted on Jan 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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