Pentax US offers mail-in rebates on 645D medium-format DSLR and lenses
Pentax US has announced mail-in rebates on its 645D medium-format DSLR and select Limited series lenses when purchased with the K-5 IIs DSLR. Buyers of the 645D body will receive a free D-FA 55mm lens and $500 rebate on the purchase of the D-FA 25mm and HD 90mm lens. Those buying the K-5IIs camera body will receive a $250 rebate on the purchase of FA 31mm, 43mm and 77mm lenses. The rebates can be claimed from March 11th through March 31st 2013 and will be paid in the form of a Visa gift card..
PENTAX Announces Rebates on the Highly Acclaimed 645D System as well as on select Limited Lenses when purchased with its Flagship DSLR, the K-5 IIs
|Save Up to $2,199.95 on the 645D System and up to $750 on Select Lenses with the Purchase of a K-5 IIs Camera Body|
Denver, CO (March, 11 2013) In conjunction with the Wedding and Portrait Photographers International Expo (WPPI) taking place at the MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV, March 11-13, 2013 PENTAX RICOH IMAGING AMERICAS CORPORATION, is pleased to announce consumer mail-in rebates on its renowned 645D medium-format system as well as select Limited series lenses when bundled with its flagship series of DSLR, the K-5 IIs. The rebates, valid from March 11th through March 31st 2013, range from $250 to $500.
Photographers who purchase a 645D camera body will receive a free D-FA 55mm lens and a $500 PENTAX VISA® PREPAID CARD on the purchase of the D-FA 25mm and HD 90mm lens when purchased at the same time as the body, for a total savings of up to $1,000. Additionally, consumers who purchase the K-5IIs camera body will receive a $250 PENTAX VISA® PREPAID CARD on the purchase of FA 31mm, 43mm and 77mm Limited series lenses when purchased at the same time as the body for a combined savings of up to $750.
We are pleased to offer significant savings on our cameras and lenses in conjunction with the Wedding and Portrait Photographer International show, said John Carlson, Sr. Marketing Manager, PENTAX. Photographers can purchase the complete 645D system for significantly less than most other medium format bodies, and the Limited lenses offered with the K-5IIs are some of the sharpest built for portrait photography.
The rebate will be paid in the form of a Visa gift card which can be used anywhere Visa is accepted. For consumers to receive their PENTAX Visa Prepaid Card, they simply purchase a qualifying PENTAX product between March 11th 2013 and March 31st, 2013 and mail in the completed rebate form, the original or copy of their receipt for the purchase(s), and the original UPC barcodes(s) from the package of each qualifying product.
To print a mail-in rebate form, visit: http://pentaximaging.com/special-offers/
For more information about the PENTAX 645D visit: http://www.pentaximaging.com/medium-format/645D. To learn more about the K-5IIs visit: http://www.pentaximaging.com/dslr/K-5_IIs . To see PENTAXs full line up of lenses, including those eligible for mail-in rebate visit: http://www.pentaximaging.com/camera-lenses/about.
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