A Sony Alpha 700 digital SLR camera is up for grabs in a competition challenging photo enthusiasts to produce eye-catching images of Britain.

A Sony Alpha 700 digital SLR camera is up for grabs in a competition challenging photo enthusiasts to produce eye-catching images of Britain.

Run in association with The Guardian newspaper, the competition coincides with a Sony campaign to capture unseen images of the nation, which is led by photographer Mike Robertson.

Robertson, who is also an accomplished climber, will be using a Sony Alpha 700 for the project.

?Through combining the advanced technology of the new Sony Alpha 700 DSLR with Mike?s expertise, skill and daring attitude, we aim to capture views of Britain that have not been shared with the public before,? said Sony?s technical field sales manager Paul Genge. ?We want individuals to be inspired and to think about photography with a different perspective.?

The winner bags a Sony Alpha 700 body with a DT 16-105mm lens, valued at around £1,350.

The best entries will be displayed alongside Robertson?s shots in an online gallery. They will also be showcased in London in the New Year.

The closing date is 4 January 2008.

For details visit www.sony.co.uk/unseenbritain

? AP is attempting to clarify the rules of entry. Currently, the terms and conditions suggest that The Guardian has licence to publish entries, but does not limit this to publication only in relation to the competition. We will keep you posted.