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February 17, 2009

Epson Survey winners announced

The Epson survey designed to provide our new partner with information about the needs and interests of the Nikonians users is now finished. The survey produced thousands of replies and three winners from those who participated.

The three randomly selected winners of Epson Multimedia Storage Viewers come from the United Kingdom, USA and Germany.

The viewers include the P-3000, P-6000 and P-7000.

Our congratulations go to:

Mallard-Railcam-250.jpgKeith Sanders (Railcam) of Edinburgh, Scotland in the United Kingdom, winner of the P-7000.
Keith is a Silver member who's hobbies include Railway & Car Rally Photography.
His Gallery includes dynamic railway photos like this one of the fastest steam locomotive in the world, "Mallard" approaching Ais Gill summit on the scenic Settle - Carlisle railway.

Cathedral-jjm203z_250.jpgThe winner of the P-6000 is Joseph Mirenzi (jjm203z) of Pennsylvania, USA.
Joseph is a Gold member with a variety of Nikon photography interests who often shares with us his experiences in using Nikon gear, like this photo he submitted of his county courthouse rotunda/cupola in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania during a discussion on the AF DX Fisheye-NIKKOR 10.5mm f/2.8G ED lens.

Our P-3000 winner is Silver member Heinz Effner (naturablichter) from Weilheim, Germany.
His Gallery shows his interests in wildlife photography, especially a favorite subject- wolves.

Posted by flashdeadline at February 17, 2009 2:53 PM