Being the dedicated bloggers that you Nuffnangers are, we’re sure most of you have at least a compact camera that you bring along everywhere so that you can capture memories of the things, big or small, that happen to you every day. And we’re sure your trusty little camera serves you well everywhere…
… except underwater :)
“OMG careful, don’t get my camera wet, it cost over RM 3000 okay!” Sound familiar? Well, chances are that whether you own a big honking DSLR with 43 lenses or a regular compact camera, you’ll require some fancy-schmancy casings for your cameras to survive the perils of water – a lot of hassle, as you can imagine.
We have here something that’ll solve that problem for you though :)
It’s the all-new Sony TX5! Proudly bearing the title of the ‘World’s Slimmest Water-proof Camera’, the TX5 is – get this – not only water-proof, but shock-proof, temperature-proof and dust-proof too. And it doesn’t only look pretty; it comes with some awesome functions like iSweep Panorama, Handheld Twilight and anti-motion blur. Yes, the TX5 is not only the ultimate package of beauty and brains, it’s darn near indestructible as well.
Fancy getting your hands on a Sony TX5? We have 3 to give away! All you have to do is write a blog post titled ‘My Water Moments’, and include the following points in your post:
- Take a picture!
- Tell us how it reflects the theme of ‘My Water Moments’, and how the photo could have been better if you had a water-proof camera like the Sony TX5.
- Mention the features of the TX5 in your blog post. For more information, log on to http://www.sony.com.my/product/dsc-tx5
After you’re done with your post, just fill in the form below with your details to submit your contest entry.
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The 3 best entries will win themselves a brand new Sony TX5 camera each! The contest starts 7 June and ends 4 July, so go out and splish-splash your way to a camera who’ll not only be your fair-weather friend.
*Please note that winners will be required to collect their prizes from the Nuffnang KL office.