Jeff’s Got a LOT of Free Stuff He’s Giving Away!

OK, my buddy Jeff Cable (he's a sports photographer and works with Lexar), does this "Jeff's Favorite Things" big giveaway every year, and he's giving away a ton of stuff again this year â” everything from a Wacom Intuos Pro tablet to a Canon 70D camera, to a DJI Phantom 2 Drone to a Sigma lens and a whole bunch more (including some of my books).

Anyway, he's got 36 prizes in all and he'll draw 36 winners starting on December 12th, so it's worth checking out. Here's the link to enter.

Here's a list of what Jeff is giving away this year:

  1.  DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ Drone
  2. Canon 70D DSLR camera with 18-135mm IS STM lens
  3. Canon PIXMA Pro-1 Printer
  4. Wacom Intuos Pro Medium
  5. Drobo 5D
  6. 32GB Lexar Professional 1066x CF Card or 32GB 600x Lexar Professional SD card (2 prizes)
  7. Sigma 50mm 1.4 lens
  8. Lexar HR-1 Workflow Solution w/ 2 Readers
  9. Gitzo GM5561T 6x Carbon Fiber Monopod
  10. Photo Mechanic software (2 prizes)
  11. One year subscriptions to Zenfolio (2 prizes)
  12. Scott Kelby Autographed Books - "The Digital Photography Book, Part 5: Photo Recipes" (5 prizes) and "Lightroom 5 book" (2 prizes)
  13. KelbyOne: One year full memberships (2 prizes)
  14. LowePro ProRunner 450AW Backpack
  15. JOBY Suction Cup (2 prizes)
  16. Epson R2000 printer with Velvet Fine Art paper (8—10), 5—7 pack and 4—6 pack of photo glossy paper
  17. FotoFusion Extreme software (2 prizes)
  18. B&H $100 gift certificates  (2 prizes)
  19. Acratech GP Ball Head with lever clamp and a Swift Clamp
  20. M&M Photo Tours - $750 credit on one of their International photo trips
  21. BlackRapid straps - CrossShot strap, Sport strap, Yeti strap (3 prizes)
  22. Western Digital - My Passport for Mac 500GB drives (2 prizes) and a My Passport Wireless Drive 1TB
Here’s the link to enter in case you missed it. Good luck everybody!
P.S. Where’s that field report? I know, I know. I’ve been heads down on so much end-of-year work stuff, and taping new classes and on and on.  Field reports like that take a ton of time to put together and I’m trying out a new format and blah, blah I’m just way behind on literally everything. Hope to have it very soon â” thanks for your patience.  
  1. I wish there were ways to enter these drawings without having to use Facebook. Without going into details, let’s just say that I had an “unpleasant experience” in Facebook and no longer maintain an account. Just sayin……

  2. Scott, I’m one who is absolutely OK with the “Report” being postponed. I am so busy with end of the semester stuff that I get it. And, I know you have to be busier by a factor of at least 10 than I am. In other words, don’t hurry on my account. :)
    I hope you and your family have a Merry, Merry Christmas!

  3. The field report is killing me :). You’ve been teasing us about two weeks now. Seriously, the older version lives on my camera during youth sports seasons and I’m just looking for a good report (excuse) to push me over the edge.

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