Panasonic India today inaugurated its Pro Center – A first of its kind Video and Still Photography School in India. Through Pro Center, Panasonic aims to promote its 4K and 6K photography technologies and groom prospective buyers.
The new Panasonic store occupies 850 Sq. Ft of area in the heart of national capital, i.e. in Connaught Place. For in-depth understanding in this field, hands-on training workshops will be conducted at the store for camera professionals and amateurs on fortnightly basis. The primary mission of Panasonic by conducting the workPro center is to impart knowledge to all video and still photographers. The workshops for professionals will cover in depth knowledge of 4K technology, post production, and new models.
Of course, Panasonic will pay special attention in familiarizing people with its start products like Micro four thirds, Wedding camcorders, 4K camcorders and AVCCAM range.
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 a variety of 4K and 6K products and conducting workshops, we aim to create engagement, education and an experiential purchase for the customer.”
On the occasion, Mr. Gaurav Ghavri, Product Head – Digital Imaging, Panasonic India, said, “4K technology market is expected to drive the change in the industry. With the introduction of Panasonic 4K Pro Centers, we plan to take customer experiences to the next level, making it special by providing them with a rich photographic experience. It will help us provide our prospective customers deep understanding on 4K Technology which is the future of camera industry.”
He added, “This pro center lets our customers get a hands-on experience on the product features and operations. We will also be utilizing this opportunity to understand our customer queries related to the camera operations and product operational issues.”