Do you prefer the convenient click of a mouse to high-street shopping? What are the pros and cons?

It can seem far less hassle to order gadgets from a comfy sofa at home than trek down to your local store.

Whether it’s the weekly shop or buying a new camera, many take to the web to weigh up their options.

More than a third of all camera sales in Britain were made online in 2013, according to market research firm GfK.

As Morris Photographic Centre in Oxfordshire falls by the wayside – and shop numbers halve in recent years – stores are fighting for their place on the high street.

News editor Chris Cheesman reports on the future of high-street stores in a special report to be published in AP 28 June, available on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, you can check out the video above for a sneak peak.