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|| SportsShooter.com: News Item: Posted 2006-07-31

Penn Camera and NPS Team Up
By Jeff Snyder

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I hope you are all staying cool during these hot & humid days of summer!

Short & Sweet this month, with another BIG announcement!

Penn Camera's 840 E St, NW location is now the official alternate drop-off location for Nikon Professional Service (NPS) member repairs. NPS repairs are being handled by Strauss Photo Technical Service in Washington DC.

For NPS members' convenience, Penn Camera has added its 8357E Leesburg Pike, Vienna, VA (Tysons Corner) outlet as an alternate NPS repair drop off location.

Repairs will be picked up & dropped off at 840 E St. every Tuesday & Thursday. The pick up & drop off schedule for Tysons Corner, VA is once a week.

For those NPS Members who have dropped off equipment for repair, a limited supply of NPS Loaner cameras & lenses is also available at the E Street location only, on a 1st come 1st served basis. NPS Members can also receive a 10% discount on rentals from Penn Camera.

From our origins as a single storefront along historic Pennsylvania Avenue in downtown D.C. to our current chain of six stores throughout the metro area, Penn Camera has been serving the photographic needs of our nation's capital for 50 years! For additional information, contact Bob Gutoski, Penn Camera 202-347-5777

In the sweltering heat of summer, back in the day, we all used to keep our film stock in a fridge or cooler for outdoor shoots. In today's world, we have no worries about the heat. SanDisk has come to the rescue with the new Extreme IV cards, available in 2GB, 4GB & 8GB.
The new Extreme IV cards Extreme reliability is unparallel:
• Extended temperature testing (-25 to 85 C)
• Shock-vibration tested (RTV silicon)
• Water resistance
• Included RescuePRO Deluxe™ data recovery SW and premium travel case
(Available soon, accepting your orders now)


(Jeff Snyder can be contacted at Penn Camera at: 1-800-347-5770 or FAX 301-210-7370; Email: jsnyder@penncamera.com; AOL Instant Messenger: JeffPennCamera. On the web: http://www.penncamera.com.)

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