Nikon D60 Kit PLUS two tickets to the Right To Play gala evening
To be in with a chance of winning this great prize simply answer the question below:
How many megapixels does the Nikon D60 have?
The closing date for this competition is 06/11/2008
Good Luck :)
To Celebrate Nikon UK's new partnership with international sport for development charity, Right To Play, Nikon has teamed up with WDC to give readers the chance to win a Nikon D60 Kit and two tickets to the Right to Play gala evening on the 11th November 2008.
Nikon has teamed up with Right To Play, for a joint initiative that will see leading sportsmen and women capture their individual sporting experiences on camera in a bid to support the charity. For the past few months a host of world-class athlete ambassadors have been recording their unique experiences at major sporting events using Nikon digital SLR, including the UKs number one tennis star, Andy Murray, Olympic Gold medallist Tim Brabants, Britains best skier Chemmy Alcott, and also London Wasps and Samoas Dan Leo. The images will offer exclusive behind the scenes visual access to the rituals and routines of these athlete ambassadors giving people a unique glimpse into the life of a top level athlete.
The photographic project will ultimately help to raise the profile of the charity by offering this exclusive view into the lives of top athletes whose images will be exhibited for one week at the Ideas Generation gallery in London, starting Tuesday 4th Tuesday 11th November 2008. The images will then be auctioned off to raise money for the charity. Prints will be available to purchase soon at http://www.righttoplay.org.uk,
so watch this space.
Right To Play uses specially-designed sport and play programmes to improve health, build life skills, and foster peace for children and communities affected by war, poverty, disease. Working in both the humanitarian and development contexts, Right To Play has projects in more than 20 countries in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. For more information about the charity and its programmes, please visit http://www.righttoplay.org.uk
The athletes used aNikon D40x and the 10.2 megapixel Nikon D60 digital SLR cameras to capture their experiences. For more information about Nikons range of products please visit: http://www.nikon.co.uk,
No purchase necessary. If, for any reason, the ability to enter online is suspended at any time then entries can be made by post. This prize draw is open to residents of the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland aged 18 or over, other than employees of Nikon, Right To Play or IPC Media, their agencies or their families. The prize is subject to availability. Only one entry per household is allowed. The promoter reserves the right to substitute a prize of equivalent or greater value if this is necessary for reasons beyond its control. IPC Media will select the winners. The winners will be drawn at random by an independent person on closure of the competition. The winners will be notified within 30 days from closure of the competition. The winners may be required to take part in publicity events after the competition. The promoter's decision is final and no correspondance will be entered into. There is no cash alternative and the prize is not transferable. Mass entries from a single IP address will be disqualified. Closing Date 06/11/2008