Claim a free backpack with a Vanguard ABEO Pro purchase! (Promo Feature)

    | Inspire | 13/09/2013 16:00pm

    Versatility is incredibly important to photographers these days. No longer do people photograph just one thing. Landscape enthusiasts shoot weddings on the weekend, while many commercial photographers might like a break from meetings and architecture to shoot a quiet coastal scene.

    Digital technology has broadened our capabilities, and thus our interests, but the common gene that links us all together is the need for a good tripod.

    Thankfully Vanguard, a global leader in tripods and camera accessories, has a solution in its award-winning ABEO Pro line of tripods.

    Buy a Vanguard ABEO Pro tripod, claim a free photo backpack! (Promo Feature)Vanguard’s ABEO Pro range offers incredible versatility with a slew of advanced features designed for rapid setup at any angle – on any terrain – and incorporate the company’s popular GH-300T pistol grip ball head with Hot Trigger shutter release.

    ABEO Pro tripods also boast a Multi-Angle Central Column with its Instant-Swivel-Stop-N-Lock system, Quick Adjustment central column pivot lock, individually adjustable leg angles with ergonomic release buttons, and 3-in-1 All-Terrain Feet.

    In particular, you might wish to choose the award-winning ABEO Pro 283CGHT.

    The multi-functional Vanguard ABEO Pro 283CGHT offers dual panning axes, including a 72-click-point panning base, for landscape photographers who want ultra-precise panoramic photography, and smooth movements that should appeal to wildlife and sports photographers who are constantly tracking moving subjects.

    Macro photographers, meanwhile, will enjoy its Multi-Angle Central Column system that allows users to move the central column from 0 to 180-degree angles in variable vertical and horizontal positions. Its Instant Swivel Stop-n-Lock (ISSL) System securely repositions the central column in one movement, while maintaining the tripod’s stability.

    Here’s a quick video showing the ABEO Pro 283CGHT in action and how it works in a range of situations.

    Get a free photo backpack with every Vanguard ABEO Pro purchase

    Vanguard is offering photographers the opportunity to receive a free photo backpack with purchases of its ABEO Pro line of tripods.

    From now until 31 December 2013, Vanguard is offering photographers a free The Heralder backpack with every purchases of an ABEO Pro tripod.

    The Heralder 46 daypack, which you can claim free with any purchase of the ABEO Pro tripods listed below, offers Quick Side Access to your gear and is capable of holding a DSLR with a telephoto lens attached,  up to three extra lenses, a flash unit and a laptop compartment for computers with up to a 14″ wide screen. Other features include a tablet front pocket storage, rain cover, and accessory pockets.

    And perhaps most importantly, its integrated tripod carrying system allows you to carry your ABEO Pro easily on your back.

    Photographers will receive a free The Heralder 46 backpack with the purchase of the following Vanguard ABEO Pro tripods:

    • ABEO Pro 283CGHT
    • ABEO Pro 284CT
    • ABEO Pro 283CT

    Alternatively, you can claim a free The Heralder 33 backpack with the purchase of the following Vanguard ABEO Pro tripods:

    • ABEO Pro 284AT
    • ABEO Pro 283AT
    • ABEO Pro 283AGH
    • ABEO Pro 284AGH
    • ABEO Pro 283AB
    • ABEO Pro 284ATB

    Buy a Vanguard ABEO Pro tripod, claim a free photo backpack! (Promotional Feature)

    Claiming your free gift is simple: print off your claim form and send it to Vanguard along with a copy of your purchase receipt – and the UPC bar code [this is the bar code on the product packaging]. Then start planning your next photo holiday!

    Click here for more details on this offer and how to claim your free backpack


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    Posted on Friday, September 13th, 2013 at 4:00 pm under Inspire.


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