Panasonic UK offers Adobe Elements with Lumix G cameras
Panasonic UK has announced it is offering customers Adobe's Photoshop Elements 9 and Premier Elements 9 software with purchase of select Lumix G Micro Four Thirds cameras. The offer that covers the DMC-GF2, DMC-GH2, DMC-G2, DMC-G10 is available from April 7th through May 3rd 2011. Buyers will also get a £35 Going Digital photography workshop gift voucher.
Take advantage of the photo opportunities this Easter with Panasonic Lumix G: Panasonic offer another chance to get hold of a superb photo package
For the second time this year Panasonic will be teaming up with Adobe and Going Digital to offer an amazing photography gift pack, worth £150, available with purchases of a selected Lumix G model*. Within the gift pack, Panasonic is supplying a whole photography experience from taking images, editing photo and video to learning new skills and techniques.
Expanding the offer further across the range, the pack will be available with purchases of the recently launched Lumix GF2, the smallest** compact system camera from Panasonic and, featuring an intuitive touch control and the world’s fastest* level Light Speed AF (of approx. 0.1 second)**, the highly creative Lumix GH2.
Included in the pack, Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 & Adobe Premier Elements 9 software offers all levels of photographers the chance to create extraordinary photos and HD movies and quickly share them in unique cards, scrapbook pages, photo books, online albums, and more.
To help consumers explore the creative features of Lumix G, the gift pack also includes a £35 gift voucher with Going Digital (goingdigital.co.uk), who offer a wide range of one-day photography workshops for beginners to more experienced photographers.
The £35 training voucher can be used on any of their training workshops (23 are available). With small, friendly groups, learn a range of skills, from how to create background blur in your portrait and close-up shots, to capturing sharp images of moving subjects.
The Photography Gift Pack will be available from Thursday 7th April – Tuesday 3rd May covering Easter, The Royal Wedding and May Bank Holiday.
* Only purchases of the following product codes qualify for the offer: DMC-G10KEB-K / DMC-G2EB-K / DMC-G2KEB-K / DMC-G2KEB-A / DMC-G2KEB-R / DMC-G2WEB-K / DMC-GF2KEB-K / DMC-GF2KEB-S / DMC-GF2KEB-R / DMC-GF2CEB-K / DMC-GF2CEB-S / DMC-GF2CEB-R / DMC-GF2WEB-K / DMC-GF2WEB-S / DMC-GF2WEB-R / DMC-GH2EB-K / DMC-GH2KEB-K / DMC-GH2WEB-K.
**As of date of release
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