Panasonic UK launches a 'Try Before You Buy' service for DMC-GH3
Panasonic UK has announced a 'Try Before You Buy' service for the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH3 Micro Four Thirds camera allowing customers to borrow it as a kit along with the 12-35mm for 48 hours. This offer is available across a number of UK retailers with no obligation to purchase. The company says the scheme lets customers 'road test' the camera before committing to such a big purchase.
Panasonic Offers a ‘Try Before You Buy’ Service for the LUMIX DMC-GH3
Continuing to push the boundaries, Panasonic is pleased to offer a ‘Try Before You Buy’ service for the multiple award winning LUMIX DMC-GH3 with 12-35mm lens. This ingenious service allows customers to borrow the GH3 kit for 48 hours (excluding delivery and collection time) from a number of retailers with no obligation to purchase. A real plus for Panasonic customers, this opportunity allows them to explore and try the camera in their own setting before deciding to purchase.
Barney Sykes, Lumix G Camera Product & Marketing Manager says "The GH3 is by far the most advanced system camera we have ever launched and we recognise customers may want to road test this product before committing to such as high value purchase, therefore we are delighted to be able to offer this scheme to our key retail partners to help increase their sales opportunities"
The ‘Try Before You Buy’ service, new this month, has been extremely well received and has now been extended to many other Panasonic stockists who also wish to offer this service to customers.
- Annings, Ilkley, Yorkshire
- Bradford CE
- Camerabox Kettering
- Cameraland / Stanbrook Cardiff
- Camera Solutions
- Carmarthen Camera Centre, Camarthan
- Castle Cameras Bournemouth
- Chas Eagles
- Chas Norman Cameras Sevenoaks
- Chris Goodhead
- Clifton Cameras Dursley
- Frank Wilkinsons
- Harrison Cameras
- Mifsuds Brixham
- Park Cameras
- Peter Rogers
- Photo Express
- Photosound Vantage, Bishops Stortford
- Richards (Bass & Bligh)
- S R S Microsystems Ltd Watford
- T4 Cameras Swindon
- York Camera Mart
- Conns Camera, Ireland
- Bermingham Camera, Ireland
Customers wishing to take part in the ‘Try Before You Buy’ service should please contact their preferred retailer directly who will arrange the loan and delivery details *1
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