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Olympus UK extends XZ-1 cashback offer

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Press Release:

Olympus XZ-1 £40 cashback offer extended!

Olympus have extended the £40 cashback on the flagship XZ-1 until the end of February 2012.

If one of your new year’s resolutions for 2012 is to take up a new hobby or learn something new then why not make it photography? With Olympus extending the cashback offer until the end of February there really is no excuse not to, and with £40 off the price you won’t be breaking your resolution to save money either.

The multi-award-winning XZ-1 camera combines the image quality and adjustability of system cameras and the portability of digital compact cameras. For ambitious amateurs and discriminating professionals alike, the XZ-1 offers superior, best-in-class image quality. With the light-grabbing, digital iZUIKO lens, shooting in low-light situations is a breeze. The manual lens ring allows for quick adjustment of key camera settings while you shoot, and a sliding depth-of-field adjuster makes it easy to create beautiful bokeh effects. All of this in a sleek and stylish package (now available in three colours, black, white & silver) that’s as rugged as it is mobile.

The cashback offer is running in the UK and until 29th February 2012 and is valid on purchases of the XZ-1 from authorised UK and Ireland stockists.

More information on the offer and how to claim are available at www.olympus.sales-promotions.com

For more details on the Olympus XZ-1, please go here

Sales

To buy from Jessops UK (at £339.95 excluding £40 cashback), please follow the link here.

To buy from Amazon UK (£290, excluding £40 cashback), please follow the link here.

To buy from WEX (£309, excluding £40 cashback), please follow the link here.

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