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Canon UK announces student discount on EOS 7D and 5D Mk II




New Canon Cashback:

Canon announces a new student cashback on the award winning EOS 7D and EOS 5D Mark II


Products:
Purchase the EOS 7D before 31st August 2010 and claim £75 / €85 cashback
Purchase the EOS 5D Mk II before 31st August 2010 and claim £150 / €180 cashback

Availability:
This cashback is available on the EOS 7D and EOS 5D Mark II when purchased by photographic students, lecturers or technicians from a retailer within the EOS Professional Network.

All participants must be either a student studying a recognised university photographic course, have been accepted onto a recognised university photographic course or be a lecturer/technician working on a recognised university photographic course in the UK or Republic of Ireland.
For further details on where to buy & full terms and conditions please visit www.canon.co.uk/futurephotographer or www.canon.ie/futurephotographer
For further details about the EOS Professional Network, and how to locate your nearest Centre or Stockist please visit www.canon.co.uk/eospro-network or www.canon.ie/eospro-network

Timing:
Start: 1st May 2010
End: 31st August 2010, claims must be received by 1st October 2010

Readers enquiries:
For further details on where to buy & full terms and conditions please visit www.canon.co.uk/futurephotographer or www.canon.ie/futurephotographer

For further details about the EOS Professional Network, and how to locate your nearest Centre or Stockist please visit www.canon.co.uk/eospro-network or www.canon.ie/eospro-network


Amazon UK links:

Canon Digital SLR Camera EOS 5D Mark II

Canon EOS 7D Digital SLR Camera (Body Only)


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