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Panasonic opens exclusive 4K Imaging Pro center in India


Panasonic India Pvt. on January 12 inaugurated first of its kind Video and Still Photography School in India. The Video and Still Photography School offers enhanced experience of the Panasonic 4K technology in cameras and camcorders. The school is located in Connaught Place the heart of the National Capital. It spreads across 850 Sq. ft.

With the launch of the Pro Center, Panasonic plans to promote the 4K and 6K photo technology to regular customers and also aims to gain new customers. The platform has specialized technical staff who help customers on their queries on cameras and any issue related to Panasonic products.

The Panasonic Pro Center for Video and Still Photography will be a one-stop solution for all types of photography including Wedding, Documentary, Fashion, Candid, Advertising photographers and Broadcast videographers. Every fortnight workshops and hands-on training will be provided by experts to help understand 4K technology to amateur and hobby photographers and videographers.

Since the launch of 4K technology India has been one of the biggest markets for Panasonic and they plan to improve and form a healthy relationship with its customers directly on a one to one basis.

The Video and Still Photography school will also have a dedicated space for shooting and displaying videos. The store will have the entire display of products and the 4K camera, and camcorder range will be made available at the new store. Panasonic has also introduced Panasonic Wedding Camera line-up to target towards the wedding market.

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