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Winner of the DSLR Father's Day Camera Bundle

UPDATE: We have our winner! Congratulations to David Johnston from St. Charles, MO who takes home the camera bundle. Thanks to everyone who entered and stay tuned for more contests.

Father's Day is just around the corner and if you haven't found something for your old man yet, it's not too late to find the perfect gift. Many fathers instinctively learn to love capturing moments – it comes with the territory of being a dad.

Some dads may still be carrying around their old trust film camera, or maybe just has a basic digital point and shoot. Whatever the case, check out our guide on cameras and camcorders to find the perfect gift for the shutterbug dad.

As a bonus, we've partnered with Newegg to give away a very nice DSLR camera package. We'll select one random winner who will take home the following package:

The contest is open now and closes on June 19, 2011 9:00 PM PDT. We'll announce the winners by June 30, 2011. (Don't forget that Father's Day is on June 19!)

Due to legal requirements, this contest is limited to legal residents of the USA (excluding RI) and 18 years of age or older.

Enter here.

  • fyend
    Gimme! My 20D just died :(
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  • I'm in. Gotta love Canon!
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  • The Greater Good
    fyendGimme! My 20D just died
    It's supposed to be for dad! Duh!
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  • My dad's camera just died :(
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  • ujaansona
    this contest is limited to legal residents of the USA
    End of story for others...
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  • bustapr
    just entered, I uhh my dad wants a new camera XP
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  • Dark Lord of Tech
    Sweet prize!
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  • raurelian
    I wonder why they post this news so that the residents of the rest of the world can see it.. Just to spite us? :)
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  • hazemalpha
    why every thing is exclusive to USA residents,if so why don't you restrict this website for USA residents too
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  • phishy714
    hazemalphawhy every thing is exclusive to USA residents,if so why don't you restrict this website for USA residents too
    Cause maybe they are able to write this off on their taxes? Why else, if not for a profit, would a company do something like this?

    Go Bruins!
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