Canon 5D MarkII discount for DesignAglow readers!

I just arranged a fabulous deal for DesignAglow readers who are seeking to upgrade to the new Canon 5D MarkII ...I cannot answer specific questions, so please feel free to contact the camera center if you need more info & then post here with your findings. I know this will be under *my* tree this year!
This deal is offered through the Palm Beach Photographic Center which is a very reliable vendor and a fabulous photo school in my area. Their website is workshop.org....and the camera shop is proshopforphotographers.com. PBPC is small and very nice, so I like to support that. Plus, they are offering DesignAglow readers the best deal out there.

$2565 for the new Canon 5-D II body (availability as of late Nov – supply is very limited)
order now through Dec 23, 2008

Camera dealers actually have only a 10% markup on this camera body, and the PBPC is willing to split that with us AND offer real shipping costs only & no handling fee. Also, no sales tax if you are out of state!

$1,229.99. for the the new Canon 50-D (in stock now, & includes a $100 rebate)

5% off on all Canon lenses and accessories (over 50 different canon lenses in stock)
5% off on all Canon accessories (hoods, grips, batteries, speedlites, remotes and etc)
10% off on all Think Tank Photo camera bags (entire Think Tank line in stock)
10% credit from all purchases towards classes at the Palm Beach Photographic Centre. Credit good for one full year. (Six years ago, I took the most inspiring class of my career there with Bambi Cantrell.)

You can use MC, Visa, Discover and Amex. Will ship with NO handling charges, just the cost of the actual freight (they use the customers credit card on the bill of lading) and in-stock products go out the same day if ordered by 3:00 PM. In order to get the above mentioned discounts, customers must mention “LENA HYDE” when ordering. Should you have any questions, please call Art at 561-276-7766.




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