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Up to £250 cashback on selected products

Canon UK and Ireland has launched its spring 2015 cashback offer. You can claim up to £250/€300 cashback on selected products.

You can also see your printed images in a new way with hdbook photobooks. Buy any two products in Canon’s cashback offer and claim a free hdbook worth £99/€120. 

The offer runs from 5 March to 6 May 2015 for eligible products purchased from UK or Republic of Ireland retailers.

Here are the products and the cashback offers.

EOS cameras
EOS 5D MKIII - £250/€300
EOS 6D - £100/€120
EOS 70D - £50/€60

Lenses
EF 16-35mm f/4.0L IS USM - £80/€100
EF 24-70mm f/4.0L IS USM - £165/€210
EF 70-200mm f/4.0L IS USM - £80/€100
EF 35mm IS NEW - £50/€60
EF 100mm 2.8L IS Macro - £80/€100
EF 100mm 2.8 Macro - £50/€60
EF 60mm 2.8 Macro - £50/€60

Speedlites
Speedlite 600RT - £55/€70
Speedlite MT-24 EX - £80/€100
Speedlite MR-14 EXII - £50/€60

Compact cameras
PowerShot G1 X MK II - £50/€60
PowerShot G7 X - £40/€50
PowerShot SX60 - £40/€50

Video
LEGRIA mini X - £50/€60
LEGRIA G30 - £80/€100

Printers
PIXMA iP8750 - £30/€35
PIXMA PRO-100S - £50/€60
PIXMA PRO-10S - £75/€90
PIXMA PRO-1 - £100/€120

For further details, full terms and conditions and to make a claim visit www.canon.co.uk/springcashback


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