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|£50 Cashback on Samsung GX10|
|Written by Nature Sniper|
|Sunday, 16 December 2007|
Samsung Cameras is offering customers another fantastic deal on its flagship digital SLR camera, the GX10, with a superb cashback offer. Purchasers of the GX10 single (18-55mm) or twin (18-55mm and 50-200mm) lens kit will be eligible for ￡50 cash back, making DSLR photography more affordable than ever.
The GX10 boasts a 10.2 mega-pixel image sensor, which offers the photographer a sharper image, with richer colours for a truly compelling composition. Taking photos is made easier with the PentaPrism viewfinder with its high magnification (0.95x) to provide a clearer, wider field of view (95%) for optimum shooting. For unrivalled viewing of photos the GX10 also comes complete with a wide view 2.5” TFT LCD (210k pixels). With its powerful built-in Optical Picture Stabilization (OPS) technology, the GX10 prevents blurred pictures by shifting the CCD to counter any movement of the camera’s body.
The advanced design features of the GX10 ensure it is robust enough for taking quality pictures in even wet, sandy or dusty conditions as the camera comes equipped with a special water-resistant and anti-dust sealing. The advanced dual dust removal system included in the GX10 also removes potentially problematic dust from the CCD by vibrating it automatically when the camera is booted, resulting in perfect, blemish-free pictures with minimum effort on the part of the photographer. In addition Samsung offer a two year warranty for extra peace of mind.
To claim their cashback, customers simply need to log onto
￡50 Cashback on Samsung GX10 , download the redemption form, complete and return, along with proof of purchase and serial number to the address specified on the form. They will then receive a cheque within 28 days.
This exciting offer is valid until 31st January 2008. For further information, please visit
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