Shot Bro

New Zealand Surfing - - Shot Bro -

NZ Surf Mag is pleased to an­nounce SONY as the new spon­sor of the fa­mous ‘Shot Bro’ reader pic com­pe­ti­tion. You don’t have to be an as­pir­ing pro­fes­sional to get a shot on this page, what we are af­ter is shots you have taken of your mates, cool line-ups, hol­i­day snaps, what­ever you have cap­tured that you think oth­ers will en­joy and that ex­poses the spirit of surf­ing. All fi­nal­ists will be pub­lished on this page with the win­ner walk­ing away with their choice of one of th­ese amaz­ing SONY prod­ucts. SONY Cy­ber-shot TX30: For a slim and fash­ion­able pocket cam­era, the Cy­ber­shot TX30 is sur­pris­ingly rough and tough. Un­fazed by wa­ter, dust, shock or even low tem­per­a­tures, this is the ideal cam­era to take with you on all your adren­a­line- Ja­son Rud­dell of Whangarei is one of the keen­est surfers in North­land, some­how he al­ways seems to be at the beach on the best days, the part time fit­ness in­struc­tor/ surf coach also owns a tat­too stu­dio and the artist within who is nor­mally cre­at­ing art on oth­ers, has un­leashed another side pick­ing up a cam­era a lit­tle while back and get­ting cre­ative, cap­tur­ing the moods and mo­ments of the surf adventures he heads off on. Con­grat­u­la­tions Rud­dzy for bring­ing us an epic lineup that makes us want to close the of­fice doors and go surf. You win the Sony Shot Bro loot!

movie record­ing SONY AC­TION CAM: SONY’s new Ac­tion Cam records shake-free footage in the tough­est con­di­tions. Our new ul­tra-com­pact, light­weight, Ac­tion Cam records stun­ning Full HD video suit­able for record­ing a wide range of ac­tion sports ac­tiv­i­ties such as surf­ing, snow­board­ing, moun­tain-bik­ing and any­thing else you’re into. Cap­tur­ing breath­tak­ing POV footage and smooth, sta­ble im­ages of your adventures is now eas­ier than ever.

For full list of fi­nal­ists go to­surf­ your hi-res jpegs to: cory@nz­surf­ with ‘SONY Shot Bro’ in the sub­ject field.

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