Friday FAQ’s, Chinese New Year Break, Import Rules & Promotional Material Fair Use

Author xlxmarketing 19.2.2010. | 10:00

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It’s been a busy week at Chinavasion.

Not only did we get a whole lot of packages together to make the biggest shipment ever process orders through the spring festival for the first time to get them to you faster but we also released a NES emulator/phone that has a reversable D-pad and QWERTY keyboard.


CVEM-M94
We hope you prepared for the Chinese New Year and weren’t too put out by the shipping company holiday. The good news is that orders should be winging their way to you as we speak and, if you have kept your customers informed, there should be no reputation backlash for you.

So without further ado lets look at some of the more common questions we saw this week.

I ordered something this week and it is taking longer than expected. Where is it?

As you might have noticed in the news, the majority of China is enjoying its annual week-long vacation, the Chinese New Year break. This includes shipping companies, which paused operations between February 12 and February 17.

The good news though is that at Chinavasion we processed the orders right through that time, and when the courier came on Wednesday the first thing we did was to get your package sent.

So don’t worry, your items will be getting to you soon!

Am I allowed to import the …. into my country?

As a electronics wholesale and dropship provider Chinavasion can ship to almost any country in the world. Unfortunately, because we send to so many different countries it make it impossible to keep up with all of the different import laws of each country. It is up to you, as the importer, to find out whether or not you can bring the item into your country.

However we do have a very comprehensive database of Customs Websites & Public Import Information that you can sort through.

Can I copy your website text and pictures for my re-selling business?

If you are reselling our products, creating affiliate links to our products, or just writing about the cool products at Chinavasion you are more than welcome to use our descriptions within reason.

However, to really tak advantage of the material we produce it is usually better to take it and make it into your own as Google is more likely to give you credit for the content and people reading it will stay with your site.

For a more detailed look at our material reuse policy please check out the knowledgebase article Policy On Fair Use Of Chinavasion Website Materials.

 

Product Review

 

 

CVJZ-J25

The Constable – CCTV Security Camera with SONY Super HAD CCD [CVJZ-J25-PAL]
Are you looking for some new security cameras that are guaranteed to perform but don’t cost the earth?

Enter The Constable! this wired security camera doesn’t only come to you at a much lower price than anything our competitors can offer but yet still puts out a fantastic picture and is built to last.

Why is the J25 with Sony Super HAD CCD more cheaper than the CVJZ-J23-PAL and CVJZ-J24-PAL?

That’s because the Constable CCTV security camera with SONY Super HAD CCD is is smaller in scale, so less raw materials were used in its construction and it does not feature and extra video feed.

  • Does this camera have audio?No. This camera captures video but not audio.
  • Do I have to turn night vision on manually?No. This camera has a light sensor that detects light levels. It switches to IR mode automatically.
  • Do you connect cables from the camera outside to your computer or is it cordless?This is a CCTV surveillance camera, meaning it is not wireless/cordless. You will need to connect cables from the camera to a computer, monitor, DVR or TV screen.
  • What does the Super HAD meen?Super HAD (HAD, stands for Hole Accumulation Diode). Super HAD CCDs have much closer spacing between microlenses, thus further increasing the light collection efficiency. Meaning, much, much better quality images than ever before.
  • How does Super HAD CCD actually work?Super HAD CCD’s made by Sony work by placing two micro lenses on top of each photo diode, which enables the CCD video sensor to collect more photon from incoming light than the old CCD, and the result is a far better image quality.

For a bigger list of questions visit the Chinavasion FAQ page or to ask your own question leave a comment to this blog (provided you don’t mind the whole world knowing about it).

We’ll answer them here and, if they’re good enough we may even re-publish them in a future Friday FAQ.

Author xlxmarketing 19.2.2010. | 10:00
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