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Canon Howling Free Print Offer


Tuesday, August 22 - Thursday, August 24,2017         First 50 Customers each day will get a free print



Bring your digital image on a thumb drive or memory card into one of our two participating locations and we’ll create a beautiful 13x19 print on our Canon Pixma Pro Printer - for FREE!*

 *One print per customer. Limit 50 prints per location, per day. Tuesday, August 22 - Thursday, August 24, 2017.

 Participating locations: 168th & W. Center in Omaha | 70th & Pioneers in Lincoln



Solar Eclipse Image - Bring in your memory card or thumb drive    Canon Pixma Pro 10 Printer



Participating locations: 168th & W. Center in Omaha | 70th & Pioneers in Lincoln






4333 S 70th Street
Lincoln, NE 68516



2909 S 169th Plaza
Omaha, NE 68130






TWO MINUTES! The solar eclipse, its trajectory over 12 states, in the middle of the day, across the entire nation, in the summer months, is a once in a lifetime event — truly a phenomenon to behold. For just over 2 minutes, witness the total eclipse, darkness, stars, Venus, strange colors in our sky, a 360º sunset, the sun’s eerie corona and the coveted diamond ring.  


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DON’T DAMAGE YOUR CAMERA. When the eclipse is total, you can view it with the naked eye. But leading up to those fleeting moments you will need mylar eclipse glasses to filter the infrared and ultraviolet radiation that can permanently damage your eyesight. And without a filter on your camera, you can damage not only your eyes but your camera’s imaging sensor too.
A GREAT LENS. The Canon EF 70-300mm IS USM Lens is just one of many fine lenses to shoot the eclipse with. This provides a good-sized sun in the frame as well as a good focal length to work with. Then again, “once in a lifetime” is a good reason to invest in a coveted high power Optical Image Stabilization (IS) telephoto. Just be sure to use an ISO certified (ISO 12312-2) filter to view safely.
DID YOU KNOW? This is the first total solar eclipse in the continental US in 38 years. The path of totality in America is a 70 mile wide strip of land from Oregon to South Carolina. Everyone in the the US will see at least a 48%, or a partial, eclipse. The temperature will drop 10 to 20 degrees at the point of totality. This eclipse will likely prove to be the most viewed ever in the history of eclipses.
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