The folks at Calagaz Photo want to invite you to their Grand Opening event for their new Pensacola location. That takes place Friday, April 12th and Saturday, April 13th.
This event will also double as their bi-annual Trade In Days, where people can bring their old cameras, lenses, flash and other camera gear and trade it in for cash. They'll also be giving away two general admission tickets to Hangout Music Fest -- people who attend the event can register to win.
In addition, Owner Leo Calagaz brough some of his newest cameras to show on Studio10.
The newest cameras on the market this year have WiFi capability so you can instantly share high quality photos with family and friends!
Here are some of the coolest cameras out right now:
Nikon Coolpix AW110 - waterproof, with WiFi and GPS (camera on-set)
Nikon J3 - small & compact with full DSLR capability; has WiFi capability (camera on-set)
Nikon D3200 - 24 megapixels + HD video and WiFi capability (camera on-set)
Tamron 18-270 All-In-One Lens - incredible deal on this must-have lens for our trade-in event this weekend.
These cameras and lenses are all available at Calagaz Photo in Mobile and Pensacola.
Calagaz Grand Opening & Trade In Event - Pensacola location
Friday & Saturday, April 12 - 13 9am to 4pm.
• Buying & Selling Used Camera Equipment
• Car Show in our parking lot on Saturday w/ models for those who want to come out and shoot some photos
• Chance to win two tickets to Hangout Music Fest
6895 North 9th Avenue (corner of 9th & Creighton)
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