Win a digital camera

09:40 03 January 2013

Win a digital camera

Win a digital camera

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Do you know your aperture from your depth of field? Cameras can be tricky to use and for most of us we just want to point, press and print these days. That’s why we’re giving you the option of choosing a camera that suits your needs.

We’ll give you a budget of up to £1,000 so you can choose a camera that suits your exact requirements and get all the accessories you need to protect and enhance your camera!

To snap up this photographic prize, simply enter today and see how things develop when we draw the prize...(Sorry...)

This prize draw closes on Thursday, 31 January 2013 Terms and Conditions

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