Behind the scenes: Stowe
Nigel Atherton joined the Panasonic LUMIX Roadshow at the National Trust’s Stowe last month; he spoke to readers about how they got on using LUMIX cameras for the day
Nigel atherton joined the Panasonic luMiX roadshow at Stowe
On the weekend that Harry and Meghan tied the knot, the Panasonic LUMIX Roadshow crew were just a few miles away at the magnificent landscaped gardens of Stowe in Buckinghamshire – one of the stops on their series of roadshows with the National Trust, which continue throughout the summer.
Their mission was to hand out a selection of the latest LUMIX cameras and lenses to any visitors to the site who wanted to try them out. AP was there too, and our mission was to talk to Panasonic when they brought them back and find out how they got on.
The testers ranged from AP readers toting bags full of their own cameras and lenses, to families who had never used a ‘proper’ camera before. Each was matched to a camera that suited their particular interest, budget and experience level. Here, a selection of those visitors show some of the pictures they took and share their thoughts about the experience.
The Panasonic LUMIX roadshows will continue at other National Trust properties as well