Panasonic Lumix S Series Free 2-Week Loan

Panasonic has launched a free loan scheme for professional photographers and videographers wanting to loan a Panasonic Lumix S Series camera/lens.

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Panasonic has announced the launch of its Lumix S loan scheme, where photographers and videographers can sign-up for a two-week loan of Lumix S Series kit free of charge.

The recently launched full-frame mirrorless cameras, Lumix S1 and S1R, will be available to loan on the scheme, as well as a choice of S Series lenses: 24-105mm standard zoom lens, 70-200mm telephoto zoom lens or 50mm fixed focal length lens. LUMIX S1 samples will contain the new SFU2 firmware programme, unlocking the full video capabilities of the camera for testing. The Sigma MC21 converter will also be available as part of the scheme.

The LUMIX S loan scheme is open to all professional and high-amateur photographers and videographers who are interested in trying out the S Series kit for their general work or an upcoming project, providing an excellent opportunity to try out the system properly before committing to purchase.

To sign up for a loan, visit the Panasonic website. 

Terms and conditions apply.

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RoyChilds 11 104 England
15 Jul 2019 12:40PM
Should have made it smaller it's heavier than a brick

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