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post #11 of 13
To bad nikon doesn't offer anything remotely like that, closest they got is the Nikon Professional Service which basically means you make a living taking pictures and have a couple of pro bodies.
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How much does membership cost?

It'd be nice to get free cleaning

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Originally Posted by xHassassin;13745113 
How much does membership cost?

It'd be nice to get free cleaning

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There's gear requirements to get in. I think it's two bodies + three approved lenses to get into CPS (entry-level gear like the Rebel series or 18-55mm IS/50mm f/1.8 don't count). There's a specific "accepted gear list" somewhere.

There's also different tiers. Silver (I'm a silver CPS member) is free; Gold is $100/yr, and Platinum is $500/yr.

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