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Win A Canon 5D Mk III Camera Worth $3499!

Would you like to win a Canon 5D MK III worth $3499? Yes, we thought so, we would too! Well Never Center the developers behind the the Mac and iOS app, CameraBag 2 app have launched this unique giveaway.

To enter, just edit a photo in the free trial (or full version) of CameraBag 2, post it to your favorite social media or photo-sharing site, and send the link here. Submission deadline is May 22nd, 2012. (Read below for full instructions. If you don't follow the instructions, your entry won't count!)

This is a sweepstake, not a photography contest; the artistic quality of your entry will not affect your chances of winning, though we'll post a gallery of some of our favorites. You can enter multiple times but Never Center only consider the most recent entry from each person. (Multiple submissions will have no effect on your odds of winning.) Must be a U.S. citizen 18 or older to enter

How To Enter

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1. Download a free trial version of CameraBag 2.

2. Post an image that you've manipulated in CameraBag 2 to Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Tumblr, or your personal blog. In addition to your own comments, your post must include the following text:

"Here's my entry to win a free Canon 5D Mk III in the @CameraBag 2 giveaway (http://bit.ly/cb2-5d)"

3. Submit your name and a link (in the form below) to where you've posted your image. Make sure the privacy settings on your post allow us to see it!

 

 

Entry Examples

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However you enter, make sure to include the text "Here's my entry to win a free Canon 5D Mk III in the @CameraBag 2 contest (http://bit.ly/cb2-5d)", and make the post publicly visible. And don't forget to send us a link!

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  1. I sure hope you meant this when you say form below.
    Name: Willie Ha
    https://twitter.com/#!/hawillie/status/195045599895240704/photo/1

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