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Flip Camera Donation Program!

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**Update** We have just gotten word that the Flip Video donation program is now open to public libraries in the U.S. listed in the IMLS database as well as public libraries in Canada (in addition to 501 (c)(3) nonprofit libraries and organizations)!

We are delighted to announce that Flip Video is back on our site and it’s now a donation program! Flip Video has partnered with TechSoup to make its pocket-sized digital video cameras available to eligible libraries and nonprofit organizations. These video cameras make capturing and sharing video simple, accessible, and fun for anyone, and can help you use video to showcase your library's programs and services.

The Flip Video UltraHD bundle includes two video cameras and one Flip Video tripod for an admin fee of $28. The Flip Video MinoHD bundle includes six video cameras for an admin fee is $55.

Please note that we expect high demand for these cameras!

There are no refunds for either of these physically fulfilled products.  Defective products may still be exchanged by Flip Video during the 90 day warranty period and support for Flip video cameras will be available until December 31, 2013.  Details are available on the Flip warranty support website.

The Flip Video donation program is available to public libraries with a valid 501(c)(3) nonprofit status in the United States and Canada. Nonprofits with 501(c)(3) designation are also eligible. There is no budget restriction for this program.  For additional details on which organization types qualify for this donation, please see the Flip Video Restrictions. Each qualifying organization may request up to five product donations in a fiscal year (July 1 – June 30).

Flip cameras for public libraries

Hi everyone, We're working with our partner to change eligibility requirements to *include* all public libraries. We expect to make this change happen soon, so stay tuned!

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