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Become An Honorary David Bailey

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Three weeks ago Samsung were being toally unfair to all people NOT called David Bailey. They had a competition for anyone with that name to win a brilliant Samsung NX1000 camera and take part in the advertising campaign for it.

BREAKING NEWS: You no longer have to be called David Bailey. Which is a landmark moment for non-David Baileys.

To get involved, simply visit the Facebook, enter your details then answer the phone if Samsung call and say you are David Bailey. Even if you're not. Got it?

Then you have yourself an NX1000. A camera we have tried and tested. It's ace.

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