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Sigma UK competition: win a 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM lens

By dpreview staff on Jun 17, 2013 at 10:30 GMT
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The Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM has garnered a huge amount of interest from our readers, as the fastest zoom lens ever made for SLRs. UK residents can now win one courtesy of Sigma UK's latest competition, along with a two day landscape photography workshop in Dartmoor with pro photographer Lea Tippett. For a chance of winning, submit your best landscape photo, along with 80 words saying how you'd benefit from the workshop. The closing date for entries is 31st July 2013: click the link below for full details.

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Total comments: 8
leno
By leno (10 months ago)

So the winner will be the person least needing of the workshop.

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attomole
By attomole (10 months ago)

They should give the prize to the worst picture, I may have a chance.

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JEROME NOLAS
By JEROME NOLAS (10 months ago)

You don't have enoug colonies to qualify...

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vesa1tahti
By vesa1tahti (10 months ago)

Why UK only? UK together with Finland, maybe?

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Richard Butler
By Richard Butler (10 months ago)

It's a competition being run by Sigma UK and has a prize that's located in the UK - it's not that surprising that it's only open to UK residents.

If other Sigma distributors run similar competitions, we'll cover those, too.

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Shamael
By Shamael (10 months ago)

we call that globalization, or am I wrong?

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chrisnfolsom
By chrisnfolsom (10 months ago)

I don't think globalization applies to most marketing departments yet?? Since air fare seems to be more expensive then many trips I can understand the limit... Hopefully Sigma USA will follow suit. btw- looks like a great lens - hope the competition really pushes this sector.

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Ross Gallor
By Ross Gallor (10 months ago)

Oh that a great product i must say i am a professional photographer by myself but i used the older 50mm f/1.4 Lens for clicking landscapes and doing low light photography. After seeing its details i must say this product seems promising and i am looking forward buy this beauty as soon as possible.
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Ross From Jefferson studios
http://www.jeffersonstudios.co.uk/

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