Leupold RCX Trail Camera Rebate

Leupold RCX RebateStarting October 20, hunters can save $50 on a Leupold RCX trail camera system via Leupold's new rebate program.

Customers who take advantage of the program receive a $50 rebate for the RCX-1 or RCX-2 trail camera system, which includes the handheld controller/viewer.  A $30 rebate is available for the RCX-1 or RCX-2 trail camera when purchased separately.

The rebate form can be found at point of purchase or at www.leupold.com/rcx.  To receive the rebate, the completed form must be mailed to Leupold & Stevens, Inc. along with proof of purchase.

"RCX is a game changer because it is the most user-friendly trail camera system ever developed," said Cyndi Flannigan, sales manager for Leupold & Stevens, Inc.  "Our new RCX rebate program is a timely price changer, with hunting seasons getting into full swing and the holidays drawing near."


The rebate program ends January 8, 2012.


Leupold's RCXtrail camera system features innovative technology that simplifies the process of taking and retrieving images of game in the field.  The "hub" of the system is the USB controller/viewer, which plugs into either a RCX-1 (eight megapixels) or RCX-2 (10 megapixels) camera.  The controller/viewer has a three-inch display screen and can be used to download and view images from the camera on the spot, eliminating the need to remove photo/SD cards and check them at another location.  With the controller/viewer, users can also get real time alignment of the camera's view and instant access to all program settings, without opening the camera or removing it from the mount.

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