"Cash in with Canon" mail-in rebate program puts savings in focus for photographers this Fall — Great savings on select products including up to $600 on the Full-Frame EOS 5D and up to $200 on the Popular EOS 30D, and double rebates to help expand a growing EOS system
From fall foliage to the intensity of fourth down at the five-yard line, the autumn is full of fantastic photo opportunities. Whether expanding a current EOS system, or thinking of the family photographer for the upcoming holiday season, Canon U.S.A., Inc. helps make it easy and affordable to capture and share memories on the sidelines, at home, or out in the field.
The "Cash In With Canon" Mail-In-Rebate Program returns from October 15, 2006 – January 13, 2007, providing consumers and professionals the opportunity to take advantage of big savings on an assortment of select Canon products.
Canon is offering mail-in rebates from $10 to $300 on select products, including $300 on the 12.8 megapixel EOS 5D digital SLR with a full frame CMOS sensor, and the advanced yet affordable EOS 30D digital SLR. Select EF lenses such as the versatile new EF 24 -105mm f/4L IS USM and Speedlite flashes like the powerful 580EX also qualify for the rebate. Users can also get up to $100 back on select IS (Image Stabilizer) Binoculars such as the rugged 10×42 L IS waterproof binoculars.
Consumers will also have the chance to double savings when purchasing different eligible Canon items, to help further expand and build a powerful EOS system. When buying an EOS 5D Digital SLR and a select Canon EF lens, consumers can get up to $700 back. Consumers can also save up to $230 when buying the EOS 30D kit that includes the flexible EF-S 17-85 IS USM lens.
"The Cash in With Canon Rebate Program gives users of all levels the chance to build or expand an EOS system of fine photographic gear that will give users professional level results for years to come," said Yukiaki Hashimoto, senior vice president and general manager of the Consumer Imaging Group at Canon U.S.A., Inc. "Consumers now also have the chance to see what they have been missing – literally – with rebates on Canon Image Stabilized binoculars."
Published in: Cameras on 2006-10-16