The leading Japanese stalwart Panasonic has opened today first of its kind Video and Still Photography School which is located in Connaught Place, New Delhi, and is spread across 850 Sq. ft. In this 4K Imaging Pro Center, Panasonic aims to promote 4K and 6K photo technology to its current and prospective customers. Panasonic specialized technical staff will be available here to reply to the queries of the customers on camera operations and any other operational issues of their products.
Panasonic Pro Center for Video and Still Photography will be ideal for Wedding, Documentary, Fashion, Candid, Advertising photographers, Broadcast videographers and amateurs in video and photography to understand all the nitty- gritties of their respective fields. In this center, hands-on training workshops will be conducted for camera professionals and amateurs on fortnightly basis. The workshops for professionals will cover in depth knowledge of 4K technology, post production and new models. Moreover, it will provide understanding on finer points of Panasonic products such as Wedding camcorders, 4K camcorders and AVCCAM range.
The school will have space for shooting and displaying videos. It will offer three side display for products dedicated to each category. The entire 4K camera and camcorder range will be made available at the all-new store. Panasonic Wedding Camera line-up will also be displayed at the store targeting towards the Wedding market.
At the launch, Mr. Manish Sharma, President & CEO, Panasonic India and South Asia, said, “Panasonic is elated to announce the launch of its first and exclusive 4K Pro center in India. With the colossal growth of photography culture and increase in popularity of 4K, India has emerged as one of the prolific markets for Panasonic. With this launch, we aim to create an interactive and informative buying experience for our existing and potential customers. With the availability of variety of 4K and 6K products and conducting workshops, we aim to create engagement, education and an experiential purchase for the customer.”