Update: The giveaway is now closed. Thanks to the good fellas @ThinkTank for making this great giveaway. Winners at bottom of the post.
Our good friends over at ThinkTank Photo are giving away a very cool Sling-O-Matic 30 Camera bag (Valued @ $189.00). I know, I know, there are plenty of camera sling bags out there. But, there is only one bag (Well, at least as far as I know) that allows you to sling the bag over your right OR your left shoulder.
Oh yea, did I say it can carry a laptop? I did now. Details & giveaway entry after the jump.
Entering The Raffle
Entering is simple, tell us what camera or lens you’d put in this nifty bag.
You can enter in two ways:
1. Leave a comment on this page (please verify that you use your correct email) or
2. Tweet your response. When tweeting please include the following link anywhere in the text: http://bit.ly/sligodiyp. (You can get as creative as you want, as long as the link appears, we can track it).
If you do both, your chances double.
Timeline and Other Fine Text
This giveaway is open to anyone, everywhere in the world. The only condition is that you must love taking photographs and carrying a camera in a bag.
We pay shipping. Did I say anywhere in the world yet? any local taxes (if any) are on you.
The winner will be randomly selected (via Random.org) on COB Saturday Oct. 9th – a day before my birthday, and the post will be updated. I will ask you to make contact within 3 days, or the next in line will be selected.
UPDATE: This post has gworn to be the most commented post on DIYP with 997 comment. Together with 265 tweets there were 1262 raffle entries. (My appologies for everyone who checked the “mail me about new comments on this post” option). The winner of Think Tank’s Sling-O-Matic™ 30 selected by random.org is Gared_G:
“always on the look out for the perfect bag. cameras+computer in a sling = perfect to me. I would carry around my 7D with 16-35 II, 70-200 2.8 is usm, 430 ex flash spare batteries, comb, toothbrush, bag-o-grapes, a lighter, poker chips, and anything else i find alone the road.”