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Celebrate PN’s 100th issue with Vanguard

Posted on Jul 19, 2022

Five £200 Vanguard vouchers to be won in this month’s contest

Vanguard is a global brand with an extensive and impressive range of photo and optical products. Photography News is proud to have a close association with the company.

For this special celebration issue of PN, Vanguard is offering prizes worth £1000 in total, with five £200 vouchers to be spent on products via its website. Of course, if you choose something worth more than £200, you will have to pay the difference.

If you are one of the five lucky winners, you could go for a Vanguard tripod; perhaps a model with the brand’s unique Multi-Angle Central Column (MACC), enabling you to get the camera into almost any position – ideal for flatlays and close-up shooting. The VEO 3+ 263AT has one, with an additional feature that turns the column into a multi-mount, and retails at £189.99. Or maybe you are tempted by the weight-saving benefits of carbon fibre? Here, Vanguard has an extensive range. This includes the award-winning VEO 3T+ 264CB, which sells for £339.99. Taking into account the £200, all you pay is £139.99.

If you are happy with your existing tripod, but need to upgrade your kit-carrying solution, Vanguard can help here too, with its range of shoulder bags, cases and backpacks. The VEO Active series comprises a family of rugged backpacks, ideally suited to the outdoor shooter. They have a USB interface for charging on the go. If outright capacity is your need, the Alta Sky collection is where you will find an ideal partner. We test the latest arrival in this range, the Alta Sky 68, in this issue. This bag has a price of £259.99 and prodigious 36-litre capacity, with the ability to take an 800mm lens fitted to a pro DSLR body.

Put simply, if you are one of our five winners, you are not going to struggle to spend the £200 Vanguard voucher. To be in with a chance of winning, answer this question correctly.

What is the capacity of the Alta Sky 68?


 

The closing date for entries is 11 September 2022, and the first five correct answers drawn at random after that date win. Only entries from UK residents with a UK delivery address will be accepted. The £200 voucher can only be used for one transaction, and any unused balance will be lost. A small delivery charge may apply.

The winner of the Vanguard Alta Sky in PN98 was M Ironmonger and the VEO 3 263CB from PN99 was won by M Davies.

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