Festival is the time for a big bang family get together. Family members travel from far and wide to ‘get home’. Since this year is super special because of so many firsts- first Diwali of a new born, first own house and first promotion, it needs to be captured for ever. The moments will soon go but the pictures would remind them forever. And since it’s my first time in buying an DSLR, it has to be nothing but the best in the category. Ofcourse, Canon became the obvious choice. And the cherry on the cake? The super Diwali offer by the brand.
An amateur photographer has many challenges. There is always a will to capture moments in its actual colours but the fast paced life and ease of phone cameras spoil it. Thus, my research began for a DSLR that’s convenient to use, easy to carry and operate. I zeroed down to a few models and then instead of buying online, went ahead to a Canon store to actually feel the product, take the Canon staff’s expert advice and finally decide on the model. Canon not only sold me the camera to make memories but a free vacation to make ample use of my new product. They surely know how to sell and make their customers feel great.
Here is the Canon REUNION OFFER to make family reunions unforgettable with Canon DSLRs.
You get a free Motorola bluetooth headset worth Rs 6499/- with every purchase and
1000 lucky winners get MakeMyTrip vouchers free worth Rs. 10,000/- along with the camera purchase.
The offer is valid till Diwali on models EOS 1300D, EOS 750D and EOS 200D.
Festival is the best time for meaningful purchases. If buying an DSLR has been your wish for a long time, go ahead and gift yourself one. So when you get together with friends and family and have a good time, your new DSLR with capture those special moments that will only come once. For next year will have its own beauty. Let this Diwali be captured forever. The bright lights, the bright clothes and the brightness in the hearts will remain forever to go back time and time and relive.
Do watch the latest TV commercial by Canon. It touches every chord.