After 30 years in the camera business, in the Mercer County area, Phat Le has retired and moved to California. The employees of LeCamera, Doug Masin, Bennie Williams, and Leonid Treskunov have branched out on their own and have started NJ Camera & 1 Hour Photo. We are pleased to announce that we have moved the store to our new and improved location in the Lawrence Shopping Center (2495 Route 1 South, Lawrenceville NJ) and are open for business! We are looking forward to providing you top notch service for the next 30+ years!
2495 Route 1 South,
LAWRENCEVILLE, NEW JERSEY 08648
10 AM - 5 PM Mon-Sat
Meet Doug...Owner of NJ Camera and 1 Hour Photo
Doug's love for photography has spanned through four decades, transitioning from film to the digital era. A professional certified developer, printer, and Photoshop editor, he has owned and operated his processing lab for 30 years, and specializes in personalized customer care. In his time off, Doug enjoys spending time with his wife and three daughters.
"I'm excited to work with customers at our new location!" - Doug
Meet Bennie...Owner of NJ Camera and 1 Hour Photo
A long time resident of Lawrenceville, NJ, Bennie has been working in camera labs since the early 80's honing his skills in Photoshop, restorations, custom printing, and media transfers. He is also trained in retrieving lost digital files. In addition, Bennie is employed as a security guard at Lawrence High School, where you can often find him photographing the school's sporting events, plays, and activities. In his rare time off, he enjoys traveling to St. Martin with his wife of 25 years.
"I look forward to helping you out at our new store!" - Bennie
Meet Leon...Owner of NJ Camera and 1 Hour Photo
Leon Treskunov is a trained camera technician with over forty years of experience. He and his partners operate NJ Camera and 1Hour Photo where they guarantee expert level camera repairs, ranging from digital to professional DSLR cameras. Leon studied in The College of St Petersburg where he received his degree in Opto Mechanics and shortly after he began his career repairing Leica cameras in a small Ukrainian factory. Later on he left his home country of Ukraine and arrived in USA where he continued his passion of working on cameras with small businesses in New York "Profoto" and then working for Kyocera (Previously known as Yashica) where he learned most of his professional expertise.
Leon has known from a very young age, ever since his grandmother gifted him a Contax camera at age 12 that he wanted to work with cameras.