Adorama Camera, Inc is a camera and film equipment store established in 1979 and located in New York City. Adorama also has an online retail operation and in 2003 formed a sales alliance with Amazon.com in a deal to broaden Amazons selection of camera products and accessories. Amateur and professional photographers utilize Adoramas online photo lab service for their digital prints, AdoramaPix, which accepts JPGs and TIFF file input. The lab started out as the 1-hour lab for Adorama Camera over 10 years ago and has been producing professional quality prints from digital images online since 2004. They also offer a system for the sharing of photo albums with contacts. AdoramaPix uses six Noritsu QSS-34PRO printers for all digital printing. Like local rival B&H Photo Video, Adorama has one retail location, at 42 W 18th Street in New York City. Adorama is similarly owned by Hasidic Jews and is a significant source of employment for the local Hasidic community. Due to the owners' religious beliefs, in observance of Shabbat, when Jewish law prohibits business dealings, the store closes on Friday before sundown, and remains closed throughout Saturday. Additionally, the web store stops processing orders on Friday afternoon, and does not resume until well after sundown on Saturday. The store also closes, and the web store does not process orders, on all Jewish holidays on which such work is prohibited. Since Jewish law allows work during Hanukkah (except on Shabbat), the store remains open during that holiday.