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Hasselblad UK offer half-price lens deal

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Hasselblad Europe are offering prospective customers and existing users the opportunity to purchase a new HC/HCD lens at 50% off the price, providing they buy a new H4D-40 80mm kit before 31st January, 2012. The rebate is capped to a maximum 2650 Euros*, but the offer stands for any lens in the HC/HCD line.

For more information please please visit the Hasselblad website

Press release

Hasselblad gets festive with half-price lens deal worth up to £2,397

Hasselblad is offering customers who buy a new H4D-40 camera with an 80mm lens the chance to buy a second HC/HCD lens of their choice at a massive 50% discount.

The exclusive Christmas/New Year deal means that a photographer opting for an HCD 4-5.6/35-90mm zoom lens could save up to £2,397.00 overall on the purchase.

Explained Chris Russell-Fish, Hasselblad global sales and marketing director: “There has never been a better time to invest in the cutting edge Hasselblad H4D-40. We have just announced excellent free firmware upgrades on all new H4D cameras including; one-click instant digital focus check, two directional electronic spirit level, an improved high resolution display and a brand new rear display with grip info on the back.

And from now until the end of January photographers buying an H4D-40 with an 80mm lens can get half price discounts on any H-line lens from the HCD 4/28mm wide angle upwards.”

Any photographer keen to take advantage of this promotion should visit the Hasselblad website or contact their local dealer for more information

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