Win a Sony Action Cam and FREEZE festival tickets

THE FREEZE festival is pretty much a huge Après Ski party held on Clapham Common in London.
This year it takes place over the weekend of 27th Nov to 1st and there’s snowboarding and skiing action – stunts and rail slides – as well as music, new gear and lots of like-minded adventure seekers.
To tie in with the festival,  Sony is showing off its wearable video camera, called the Sony Action Cam – or more specifically, the HDR-AS30V.
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You can wear this camera on your body – just like in the photos here – and the best thing about it is that it has SteadyShot which gives you shake-free full HD video. Even better is that it can film action over a 170° field of view so you can really capture the surroundings. It has GPS too so you can look up where you shot the footage and by using the in-built Wi-Fi, you can  share the videos and stills with other people and their devices.
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We’re giving away a Sony Action Cam and FREEZE tickets for 2 people to enter the festival 27th Nov – 1st Dec for those signing up to Adventure 52 here. The winner will be drawn at random from all new users signing up to Adventure 52’s email newsletter.
COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED
Additional t’s and c’s
·         The prize cannot be substituted for another prize
·         Entrants must be living in the UK (The Sony Action Cam will only be delivered to UK addresses)
·         Winners are responsible for their own travel arrangements and expenses to the event (the FREEZE Festival is held on Clapham Common in London]
·         Winners are subject to FREEZE Festival entrance policy http://www.freezefestival.com
·         FREEZE festival tickets will be supplied for 2 people to enter the festival 27th Nov – 1st Dec Nov
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Dan Tye Dan came up with the idea for Adventure 52 after realising there wasn't a single publication focusing on adventure. He has been a pilot in the RAF, a ski instructor and has spent the past 12 years as journalist for motorcycling, flying and adventure magazines.


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