Did you overindulge in December? Food was certainly high on our list of priorities for the month and that’s why we made ‘Delicious’ the theme for the final round of our monthly photography competition.
We like a sweet treat here at Jabber HQ so we were all tempted by the winning image. We’re delighted to reveal that the winner is….
Kez Adams (kezadamsz on Instagram) with this sugar-rich offering.
Kez wins a Samsung 256GB EVO Plus microSD memory card with SD adaptor worth £74.99. Her image will now also be judged against the other winning entries to decide the overall winner of the title Camera Jabber Photographer of the Year 2019 – we’ll make the announcement in the next few days.
The overall winner will receive a fantastic 500GB Samsung SSD T5 portable storage unit worth £121.
About the prizes
The Samsung 256GB EVO Plus microSD card with SD adaptor is a UHS-I U3 Class 10 memory card, that is 4K compatible and can be used in cameras and other devices that accept either a microSD or an SD card. Backed by Samsung’s 4-proof protection these cards are ultra-reliable and are water, temperature, X-ray and magnetic proof making them the perfect partner for an action cam like a GoPro Hero7 Black, a mirrorless camera like the Fujifilm X-E3 or a DSLR like the Nikon D3500 – and a host of others.
Measuring just 74 x 57.3 x 10.5 mm (3.0 x 2.3 x 0.4 in), the 500GB Portable Samsung T5 is an excellent storage device for photographers on the move. And thanks to V-NAND technology and a USB 3.1 Gen 2 interface it has fast transfer times so you don’t have to wait long for your images to copy across.
Samsung supplies the T5 with a USB Type-C to USB-C cable and a USB Type-C to USB-A cable so it can be used with a wide range of devices. It’s also compatible with Windows, Mac OS and Android*, so you can use it to back-up your data and photos from your PC, phone or laptop.
Visit the Samsung website for more information
* Windows 7, Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks), Android 4.4 (KitKat), or higher. Older versions of the Windows, Mac and Android operating systems may not be supported.
Please note, copyright of any images entered into the competition remains with the photographer but we reserve the right to use them on social media or for marketing purposes. Previous winning images are ineligible for entry.