Christmas is coming closer, Canon double fall rebates started so everything is pointing out that IT’S SHOPPING TIME, so I expect that everyone will be rushing out and spend some money.
I have also recently added to adidap an amazon astore and the amazon search box in the upper right side of your screen to help support my site.
So what is the deal?
1) Buy from amazon through adidap astore or by using the amazon search box that is on the right side bar
2) Forward a copy of your Amazon Order Summary to astore[at]adidap.com
And you will be entered in the draw, on Sunday November 26th I will randomly pick one of the emails I got and the owner of the email will receive an amazon gift certificate with a 4% value of his/her order total
Should this experiment proves to be a success I might consider doing it on monthly basis.
Sometimes you get used so much to a tool or application installed on your computer that you don’t realize anymore that it is an add-on until you miss it.
This is what happened to me when i tried to use my newly formated PC just to noticed that firefox is no more showing me the EXIF data of the pictures.
So I thought I’d just share with you this great Firefox extension just in case you don’t already have it installed
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Finally the D day has come, Canon double fall rebates starts today and will end on January 13 2007
1. Download and print the Canon mail-in rebate form
2. Fill out the required information on the rebate claim form
3. Attach to the rebate claim form the following
A. Copy of dated sales receipt showing purchase of qualifying Canon product(s).
B. Copy of Customer Portion of the Canon U.S.A. warranty card with imprinted model and serial number.
C. Original UPC code and serial number cut-out from product box(es).
Please note: If you purchase an EOS 30D EF-S 17â€“85mm Kit, cut-out the original UPC code from the camera body box and the lens box located inside the kit packaging.
MAIL all items to:
PO BOX 750800
El Paso, TX 88575-0800
Just a quick note to let know that the in depth review of Phil Askey for the Canon EOS 400D / XTi is now posted at DPReview
On September 28th 2006, Canon revleaved at Photokina the Canon M30 and M80 portable digital devices for photographers.
Today, just two weeks after the press release, it seems that those products will not hit the US market, at least not in the near future.
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