Panasonic Partners with the National Trust
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To support the UK launch of the new DMC-FZ72 and the existing DMC-FZ200 Lumix cameras, Panasonic will be rewarding every customer who purchases one of these two models with a complimentary membership to the National Trust. The new Lumix FZ72 (read review) boasts 60x optical zoom with focal length ranging from 20mm ultra-wide angle to 1200mm ultra-telephoto. The Lumix FZ200 features a maximum aperture of f/2.8 throughout its zoom range. During this promotion, which runs until 31 December customers will be able to choose between a single, joint or family National Trust membership. To find out more, visit the website below.
Website: Panasonic Promotions
Panasonic Press Release
Panasonic: An exciting new partnership with the National Trust
Panasonic are proud to announce a new partnership with the National Trust.
To support the launch of the new DMC-FZ72 and the existing DMC-FZ200 Lumix cameras, Panasonic will be rewarding every customer who purchases one of these two models with a complimentary membership to the National Trust. This promotion, available nationally through all major retailers and independents, is a high value reward which will appeal to many people who love to take stunning photographs in wonderful locations.
The new Lumix FZ72 boasts industry leading 60x optical zoom* with focal length ranging from 20mm ultra wide angle to 1200mm ultra high zoom. The model features improved power O.I.S, light speed auto focus, 9 Frames per Second High Speed Burst Shooting and a new improved windshield microphone – plus much more.
The Lumix FZ200, recently awarded best bridge camera of the year**, features an F2.8 continuous lens, 12.1 megapixel high sensitivity MOS sensor, Anti-ghost & Flare with Nano Coating Lens and 50P FULL HD Video Mode with AVCHD Progressive.
This campaign marks the start of a fantastic partnership which sees two well known brands come together to offer customers a unique opportunity to create special memories.
During this promotion, which runs until December 31st 2013, customers are invited to discover hundreds of places and capture every stunning detail with their new camera.
Customers will be able to choose between a single, joint or family National Trust membership that will give them unlimited access to a whole year of amazing days out at over 300 special places across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, from historic houses and gardens crammed with stories to uncover to mile upon mile of unspoilt coast and countryside to explore.
Mark Robinson, Head of Imaging at Panasonic UK says "We’re proud to announce the promotion we have with the National Trust granting Panasonic customers the opportunity to put to test the multi award winning FZ200 and FZ72 in the perfect setting of hundreds of picturesque National Trust locations."
To find out more, visit http://promotions.panasonic.co.uk
*As of 18th July 2013
**Awarded by Amateur Photographer, February 2013
Panasonic Corporation is a worldwide leader in the development and engineering of electronic technologies and solutions for customers in residential, non-residential, mobility and personal applications. Since its founding in 1918, the company has expanded globally and now operates over 500 consolidated companies worldwide, recording consolidated net sales of 7.30 trillion yen (68 billion euros) for the year ended March 31, 2013. Committed to pursuing new value through innovation across divisional lines, the company strives to create a better life and a better world for its customers. For more information about Panasonic, please visit the company's website at http://panasonic.net/.
The National Trust
The National Trust is Europe’s largest conservation charityand is completely independent of Government, working to preserve and protect special places for ever for everyoneThe National Trust relies on income from membership fees, donations and legacies, and revenue raised from commercial operations. It has over 4 million members, 66,000 volunteers and 5000 dedicated employees. , attracting over 100m visits each year to it’s coast and countryside places each year.