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Calumet autumn open days

Calumet is launching an exclusive six city in-store Autumn Open Day programme starting in Edinburgh and finishing at the company's flagship London branch.

Imaging specialists from leading brands including Canon, Nikon, Epson, Manfrotto, Bowens, Lowepro and Profoto will be on hand each day to demonstrate latest products and discuss workflow challenges with photographers.

Sian Hamer, Calumet marketing executive said: "These open day events continue to be extremely popular with our customers.  They can just drop by and get to grips with all the latest products and free of charge expert advice, along with a variety of special on the day in-store promotions. Photographers across all disciplines and from novices to seasoned professionals are welcome. We will again be offering free sensor cleaning for all Nikon and Canon DSLR cameras – but photographers must bring cameras with fully charged batteries (only one sensor cleaned per person; subject to availability).

"Additionally, this autumn we have got a special Manchester United shirt (courtesy Epson) to give away in our exclusive registration prize draw."

Short seminars hosted by professional photographers and product experts will be available at Calumet Manchester and Drummond Street stores (see the Calumet website for more details)

The autumn open day event calendar:
Calumet Edinburgh: Wednesday October 9 (10am -4pm)
Calumet Glasgow: Thursday October 10 (10am-4pm)
Calumet Birmingham: Thursday October 17 (10am-4pm)
Calumet Belfast: Thursday October 24 (10am -4pm)
Calumet Manchester: Thursday October 31(10am -4pm)
Calumet Drummond Street, Euston: Thursday November 7 (10am -6pm)

For more information visit www.calumetphoto.co.uk

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