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Panasonic offers gift pack worth £150 when pre-ordering the new GF2

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Panasonic UK has announced a gift pack worth £150 for those pre-ordering the GF2 between the 1st January and the 27th January 2011. Please see below for more details.


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Pre order your Panasonic DMC-GF2, World’s Smallest and Lightest Digital Interchangeable Lens Compact System Camera[i] today and qualify for an amazing photography gift pack, worth £150
 
Back in November Panasonic unveiled the new Lumix-GF2, theworld’s smallest and lightest compact system camera to date. The Lumxi GF2 is the perfect camera for those looking for D-SLR quality photography in a simple to use compact camera. To welcome the New Year and plenty of upcoming photo opportunities for 2011, Panasonic is offering consumers the opportunity to pre order their new camera and receive an amazing photography gift pack, worth £150[ii].
 
Included in the gift pack, Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 & Adobe Premier Elements 9 software offers all levels of photographers the chance to create extraordinary photos and quickly share them in unique cards, scrapbook pages, photo books, online albums, and more. To help consumers explore the features of Lumix G, the gift pack also includes a £35 gift voucher with Going Digital (goingdigital.co.uk), who offer a range of one-day photography workshops for beginners to more experienced photographers.
 
Based on the Micro Four Thirds standard and with a dramatic downsizing from its predecessor, the Lumix-GF2 features an outstanding compactness and ease of operation while pursuing D-SLR image quality. The new model is equipped with a built-in flash, which adopts new pop-up mechanism to prevent vignetting effect due to short distance between the flash unit to the interchangeable lens. Featuring 12.1-megapixel high speed Live MOS sensor and high performance Venus Engine FHD, the Lumix-GF2 boasts high picture quality not only in photo but also in movie, which has been upgraded in resolution to full HD 1920 x 1080 at 50i (PAL) in AVCHD[iii].  
 
The operation is extremely easy to understand for any level of users with the adoption of touch control and the new Graphic User Interface (GUI) designed especially for Lumix-GF2. The focus is immediately set to the subject by just touching it on the large, 460,000-dot LCD and you can even release the shutter by touching your subject on screen.
 
To receive the Photography gift pack please follow these instructions.
 
1. Pre-order a Lumix GF2 from a participating retailer[iv]
(visit www.panasonic.co.uk/myLumixGF2 for details.)
2. Register on-line before 27th January 2011 by visiting the website address above. Within 48 hours, a voucher for your photography gift pack will be sent to the e-mail address you registered. There will be only 1 photography gift pack per voucher.
 
3. Buy a Lumix GF2 digital camera between 28th January 2011 and 6th February 2011.
 
4. Send a copy of your full purchase receipt and your voucher to:
Panasonic Lumix GF2 promotion, Panasonic House, Willoughby Road, Bracknell,
Berkshire RG12 8FP before February 28th.
 
5. Your gift pack will be delivered to your home.
Please allow 28 days, from the date you posted your claim, to receive your pack.
 
Available in three different lens kit options, with LUMIX G 14mm pancake lens (£579.99) or 14-42mm Lumix G Vario zoom lens (£549.99) or with both in a twin lens kit (£679.99), Panasonic’s Lumix-GF2 and Photography gift pack supply a whole photography experience from taking images, editing photo and video to learning new skills and techniques for all level of users.
 
All prices quoted from Panasonic eShop.

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