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Canon UK start Photo Experience Training promotion

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Press release:

Canon announce their Photography Experience Training Promotion

Your EOS Adventure starts here.

 

The promotion:

Photographers can claim a free Photography Experience Pack worth up to £230, which includes Experience Training Vouchers and Canon Essential Guide DVD's.

The Experience Training Promotion is available against purchases of the EOS 550D, EOS 600D and EOS 60D.

    •    Experience Training Vouchers

Camera                Photography Experience
                        Voucher Value
EOS 550D               £50
EOS 600D               £100
EOS 60D                 £150

    •    Canon Essential Guide DVD's

Photographers can also choose one pack from the two DVD packs below:

Starter Pack:
    •    Getting Started With Your Digital EOS
    •    The Essential Guide to Portrait and Family Photography
    •    The Essential Guide to Wildlife Photography
    •    The Essential Guide to Landscape Photography

Intermediate Pack:
    •    Introduction to Photography With Your Digital EOS
    •    The Essential Guide to Portrait and Family Photography
    •    The Essential Guide to Wildlife Photography
    •    The Essential Guide to Landscape Photography

 

 

To be eligible for the free Photography Experience Pack:
    •    Customers must purchase one of the selected DSLR products by 31st March 2012
    •    The deadline for customer claims will be 30th April 2012
    •    The Experience Training will be run between 1st March 2012  and 31st October 2012

 

Readers enquiries:
For further details and full terms and conditions please visit www.canon.co.uk/eosexperience/

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