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Canon announces DSLR cashback promotion for UK Photographic Students




From now until 31st October 2009, Canon is running a cashback promotion on two models within their award winning EOS range.

EOS 450D - £50 (Offer valid across all configurations)
EOS 500D - £65 (Offer valid across all configurations)

Canon UK are offering photographic students at UK institutions the chance to receive cashback on the purchase of a new Canon DSLR. Lecturers and technicians working on photographic courses are also eligible to take part.
These two Canon EOS cameras are ideal for the demands faced on almost any photographic course. The EOS 450D shooting at 3.5 fps and with a 12.2 MP CMOS sensor is compact and lightweight, great for anyone starting out. Whilst the EOS 500D is available for those wanting something a little more advanced. It has a 15.1 MP CMOS sensor, ISO up to 12800 for low light conditions and full HD movie capabilities.

Cameras can be purchased from any authorised Canon retailer. Once purchased, send the claim form (downloadable from the Canon web site), proof of purchase and UK academic accreditation (photocopy of NUS card, academic security pass or course acceptance letter) to the to the freepost address as it appears on the form.

Claim forms can be downloaded pre or post purchase. Customers will receive their cheque within 28 days of the forms reaching Canon.
For full terms and conditions and to download a claim form please visit: www.canon.co.uk/futurephotocashback

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