Recently we sent out a funny tweet asking what you what we should do with these three cameras, and many of you suggested we give them away. Well ask and you shall receive! It's been a while since we have run a contest this big, and since the summer is over we figured we should end it with a bang. As mentioned above, we are teaming up with the SlrLounge, BH Photo, and Cloud Spot to give away the winner's choice of a Canon 5DS R, Nikon D810, or Sony a7RII. These three cameras are the three hottest cameras on the market and produce the highest quality images offered by any of the Big Three camera brands.
The winner of this contest will get to choose their choice of one of the following cameras (Body Only), shipped from B&H:
So How Do I Enter?
In the past we have run contests through all sorts of social media platforms. For this contest we are simplifying the process even more by offering 5 unique was to enter. If you sign up for a free account with Cloud Spot (a killer photo sharing site for professional photographers) or watch our latest Fstoppers Landscape tutorial video, you can gain 5 entries for each. If you do any of the other entries, you can gain an additional chance to win. It's pretty simple stuff and if you do all 6 entries, you will actually get your name placed in the random drawing 14 times!
The entry form is below. Keep in mind, the number of people entered could be 1/14th the total entry number below so your odds of winning are not 1/total entries.
Rules, Terms and Conditions:
This contest is open to anyone of any age. The only way to enter is through the entry form above (or the one on SLR Lounge's site). The contest is open internationally, however, additional shipping and customs costs will apply for international winners. The contest is void where prohibited. All entries must be received by 11:59 PM Eastern Time on October 2nd.
We are extremely excited to be able to give away one of these cameras, and stay tuned because Fstoppers will be releasing the most unique review pitting all three of these cameras against each other.