12 Days of Christmas: Win a Canon 7D Mark II

This Christmas season, pictureline is holding one of its most exciting contests for our special customers and friends!  One lucky winner will have a beautiful new Canon 7D Mark II wrapped and delivered by sleigh and reindeer by December 20th.

The contest is already in full-swing, having begun on December 1st and with just four days left of the contest, there is plenty of time for all the eager camera-fanatics to enter and receive your Christmas wish in the form of a camera!


To be eligible to win, follow us on twitter @pictureline and be sure to re-tweet all 12 days of the pictureline Christmas!  Contest ends December 12th at 11:59 pm MST.  Don't fret that you didn't start the contest on day one; the contest is set up so easily, you can still be entered by posting all 12 tweets on the very last day! Everyone has the opportunity to win!  It's that easy!  (But don't wait too long, Santa doesn't like procrastinators!)

Step 1 - Follow Pictureline on Twitter

Step 2 - Retweet All 12 Days

Retweet Day 1 Retweet Day 4 Retweet Day 7 Retweet Day 10
Retweet Day 2 Retweet Day 5 Retweet Day 8 Retweet Day 11
Retweet Day 3 Retweet Day 6 Retweet Day 9 Retweet Day 12

The 7D Mark II is Canon's newest DSLR, featuring a refined APS-C sized CMOS 20.2 megapixel CMOS sensor with an outstanding Dual DIGIC 6 Image Processor.  Never lose a single moment of your six-year old unwrapping his new bike on Christmas morning with a 10 frame-per-second and 65-Point Cross-Type AF System.  Built with a dual card slot, the 7D Mark II can hold both a single CF and SD card for maximum file space.  With all these amazing features packed into this incredible little device, this would make the best addition to the photography gifts (hopefully) hiding under your tree!

So get tweeting!  Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year...and Good Luck!


For more information, visit our Contest Page.

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