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​Panasonic announces Summer National Trust Roadshow

News   •   May 04, 2016 15:00 BST

This summer, Panasonic will be touring National Trust properties, giving visitors the chance to try the very latest Lumix camera equipment. From 7th May – 23rd October Panasonic will be offering visitors the chance to join photo walks with Lumix Pro Ambassadors, who will also be on hand to offer tips and advice on getting the most out of their photography.

The events, being held across the UK, will allow attendees to borrow a choice of Lumix cameras[1] including some of the latest 4K models such as the GX80. There will also be a range of lenses including the newly announced 12-60mm and 100-400mm, and for budding videographers, our 2016 range of 4K camcorders. With help from the Ambassadors attendees will be shown how to perfectly capture the beauty of National Trust properties.

Those who take part in the events will learn photography skills and before heading home will have an opportunity to print out their photos to take away with them.

The roadshow is free to attend for National Trust Members and paying visitors to each property on the day[2]. For a full list of venues and dates please see below:

7th- 8th May Killerton, Devon

30th- 31st May Box Hill, Surrey

4th- 5th June Bodiam Castle, East Sussex

11th- 12th June Stowe, Buckinghamshire

18th- 19th June Chirck Castle, Wrexham

25th- 26th June Studland, Dorset

1st- 3rd July Lacock, Wiltshire

10th July Dudmaston, Shropshire

30th- 31st July Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire

6th-7th August Calke Abbey, Derbyshire

10th- 11th September Wasdale Campsite, Wastwater, Cumbria

23rd- 25th September Heddon Valley, Devon

1st- 2nd October Dunham Massey, Cheshire

22nd- 23rd October Knole, Kent

Look out for Lumix on social media by following @LumixUK on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. For more information on the roadshow please visit:


[1] Subject to availability. Limited quantities per location so will be given on a first come, first serve basis.

[2} Price varies for each property.