I am not in Canada now but I think it is 6% for Federal tax.
Virginia will not charge any tax on the product from other State.
Again, only charger is the issue here and it takes 5 hours of your time and max 5K for consultant to do the UL on charger if you use local consultant to do it for you.
IMHO since it is not telecom equipment no radio interferance test required.
I think i will go over and pick up my gear myself (if possible). I don't think it will be a problem to bring it.
To sell it in US you need whatever required for camera and electrical devices (charger) and it is not a big deal, done it in the past. I have some experience in this in Europe and it sometimes could be the pain there, but as I said we found elegant way around it that everybody was happy with.
RED has to fill out export papers and proof of compliance and origin and whatever when shipping to Europe and this have to be done according to European requirements.
Here you can’t push the envelope, no body does. It is not only Europe but Russia and South Africa and so on. You hire shipping consultant that knows all about it and he has access to specialist for each country or zone. If you get the problem then you have to come and pick RED up yourself. Most businesses have experience with international shipping. We use Fedex Trade Network brokers and they are top guns in this game.
Never had a case that they would not figure out how to ship/bring something in the “efficient” way. Who is good in Europe in it? DHL?
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