Amateur Photographer, the world’s leading weekly photographic magazine, is launching a competition to give away a rare Leica model O replica kit in its Christmas issue, AP 22/29 December 2007.
The limited-edition kit was put together by Leica Camera AG to mark the 125-year anniversary of the death of Leica inventor Oskar Barnack. Worth well over £2,000, the special kit comprises a working replica of the original Leica model O 35mm camera and a ‘1 of 100’ archival print of a test photograph taken by Barnack himself during trials of his unique cameras.
To enter the prize draw readers must collect four special tokens from AP issues. The first token will be in AP 22/29 December, which is on sale from 18 December (subscribers 15 December). The remaining three tokens can be found in the news pages of AP 5, 12 and 19 January 2008.
Having collected all four tokens readers must complete the entry form (published in the 22/29 December issue and send it to Amateur Photographer, for inclusion in the Leica draw. The closing date is Friday, 1 February 2008 and the winner will drawn at random after this date. A full list of the rules can be found in AP 22/29 December and at www.amateurphotgrapher.co.uk
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