Enter now to win a Sony a6500 4K camera package worth $3000 [sponsored]

Written by RedShark News Staff


Shutterstock is giving away a Sony a6500 camera, 50mm lens, SmallHD FOCUS monitor, light, microphone, and more. Enter now!

Shutterstock has announced a big Fall Giveaway that gives you the chance to win a Sony a6500 Camera Bundle. Enter now until October 17, 2017 for your chance to win!

The Sony a6500 camera rig includes a 50mm f/1.8 OSS lens and the wonderfully reviewed SmallHD FOCUS monitor. The monitor will allow you to externally power the a6500 for extended shooting, and the monitor's mounting arm will allow you to attach the Rode VideoMicro and Aputure AL-M9 to the camera. It's a camera rig capable of shooting nearly any type of video.

The contest is open to residents of the U.S. and Canada (except Quebec) aged 18+, void where prohibited. Limit one entry per person. The winner will be notified by email. For complete rules and regulations, visit the Shutterstock contest page.


Image via SmallHD

Shutterstock a6500 Giveaway Bundle Includes the following:

Sony Alpha a6500 Mirrorless Digital Camera
    ● 24.2MP APS-C Exmor CMOS Sensor
    ● Internal UHD 4K Video & S-Log3 Gamma
    ● S&Q Motion in Full HD from 1-120 fps
    ● BIONZ X Image Processor
    ● 3.0" 921.6k-Dot Tilting Touchscreen LCD
    ● 5-Axis SteadyShot INSIDE Stabilisation
    ● Built-In Wi-Fi with NFC
    ● 4D FOCUS with 425 Phase-Detect Points
    ● Up to 11 fps Shooting and ISO 51200

Sony E-Mount 50mm f/1.8 OSS Lens 

SmallHD FOCUS Sony Bundle 
    ● FOCUS monitor
    ● Anton Bauer LP Battery & Charger
    ● Sony power adapter
    ● HDMI and USB cables

Rode VideoMicro On-Camera Microphone 

Aputure AL-M9 Amaran LED Light

GOgroove DSLR Camera Backpack 

SanDisk 128GB Memory Card

Enter to win the Shutterstock camera bundle.

Enter now for your chance to win this career-changing camera bundle! You can read all the rules and regulations here.

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